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    The Other End of The Line

    The movie followsĀ an Indian employee at a Call Center, whoĀ travelsĀ to San Francisco to be with an American advertising agent she has only spoken with over the phone. But she told a lie, and when it's exposed, will their love survive?
    Duration: 106 min
    Quality: SD
    Release: 2008
    IMDb: 6.2
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  • Actors of "The Other End of The Line"

  • Characters of "The Other End of The Line"

    Granger Woodruff. Character of The Other End of The Line
    Played by: Jesse Metcalfe
  • Directors of "The Other End of The Line"

    James Dodson. Director of The Other End of The Line
    James Dodson
  • Creators of "The Other End of The Line"

    Tracey Jackson. Director of The Other End of The Line
    Tracey Jackson
  • Critic Reviews of "The Other End of The Line"

    Boxoffice Magazine
    November 04, 2008

    At its simplest level, this is a sweet, if forgettable trifle starring two healthy, bright-eyed young lovers who look great on each other's arm.

    October 31, 2008

    A winning Stateside debut for beautiful Indian actress Shriya Saran.

    Boston Globe
    October 31, 2008

    The Other End of the Line ends up being a five-minute ad for buyer's insurance instead of an interminable interracial, international, intercultural romantic comedy.

    Globe and Mail
    October 31, 2008

    The movie is like a glass of Sprite that has been left on the counter too long: transparent, sweet and flat.

    Seattle Times
    October 31, 2008

    By the time the filmmakers have set up all the story lines that will blend for a very long third act, the predictability factor has become all but unbearable.

    Toronto Star
    October 31, 2008

    A feather-light romantic comedy that's laborious when it ought to be effervescent; The Other End of the Line is the latest exchange in an awkward conversation between two film industries.

    Georgia Straight
    July 01, 2016

    While ostensibly celebrating global connectivity, this film does so from the perspective of an American audience for whom India is an idea rather than a place.

    Cinema Signals
    March 21, 2009

    This example of the cross-cultural romance makes the genre seem hopelessly exhausted.

    Sacramento News & Review
    November 07, 2008

    ...contrivances to the point of absurdity...

    One Guy's Opinion
    November 04, 2008

    Superior to a lot of the bigger-budgeted, starrier-cast romantic comedies that come out of Hollywood...but too lightweight and rough around the edges to amount to anything more than a harmless time-waster.

    Screen International
    November 03, 2008

    The film settles into a pattern of predictable romance interspersed, thanks to the antics of Priya's relations, with broad family farce.

    Jam! Movies
    October 31, 2008

    The Other End of the Line isn't always convincing on the romance front. As a comedy about culture clash, however, The Other End of the Line works nicely.

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