Dallas musician Conner Youngblood crouches in front of a Mini Cooper. He’s not looking at the tires or admiring the diamond-hard clear coat that gives the car’s hood a high shine. The car is tempting. There isn’t a speck of dust on it.
I really don’t want my column to be about me. However, at 66 years old, I’ve had some “incidents” in my life that could be learning experiences for some readers. So after much debate, I’m willing to share.
Yes, it’s only two and a half hours to Oklahoma City, the freeways are fixed, and it’s well worth the drive.
Using a narrative device as old as the novel itself, writer-director Ritesh Batra renders a charming, bittersweet tale about two souls who find an unlikely connection. Set in the crowded bustle of today’s Mumbai, the mostly English-language film shows how comfort can often be found when and where least expected.