Some Kind of Arrangement

In this short documentary, the age-old tradition of arranged marriages takes a modern twist when three second-generation South Asian women decide to marry. Engaging and refreshingly candid in their opinions, they make it clear that arranged marriages aren't what they used to be.

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  • GAZ4gary

    “That was yet another wonderful nfb contribution to building rightful pride in Canada.....still a public voice for what is good and decent questing of our developing humanity. I feel proud to live in a country that still has this national culture. But will the present government allow it to live? I fear not.” — GAZ4gary, 27 Aug 2012

  • cweldon

    “@moe_baller Can you describe the problem you are experiencing? The film is working on our end. Did you try streaming a lower quality version? The quality tab is located on the lower left corner of the player. It may help to select "LOW". ” — cweldon, 6 May 2011

  • moe_baller

    “the film is not working... i neeedd to watch it for an exam!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ” — moe_baller, 6 May 2011

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Film Credits

producer
Geeta Sondhi
director
Ali Kazimi
editing
Nick Hector
producer
Karen King-Chigbo
Gerry Flahive
Claire Prieto
director of photography
Ali Kazimi
sound recordist
Justine Pimlott
Jeff Carter
Brian Dupuis
Helmut Hupfl
Lisa Kolisnyk
David Mackenzie
Gordon Ross
David Vitale
senior researcher
Nisha Pahuja
sound editor
Steve Munro
Tim Roberts
Colin Baxter
re-recording
Steve Munro
original music composer
Wende Bartley

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