TV-PG | | Comedy, Drama
An identity crisis comedy centred on Mahmud Nasir, successful business owner, and salt of the earth East End Muslim who discovers that he's adopted - and Jewish.
The movie's writer can be seen on the TV show The Wright Stuff (2000), which Mahmud watches.
Rabbi: Ugh! I don't think so. Firstly, you appear to be Muslim.
Mahmud Nasir: Yes, I'm sorry.
Rabbi: And secondly, I'm perhaps five years younger than you.
Mahmud Nasir: Yes, you're right. I'm sorry. I'm sorry. Is Izzy Shimshillewitz in there?
Mahmud Nasir: Can I go in, please?
Rabbi: Uh, I'm afraid ...
After Mahmud sees that Lenny has parked his taxi cab on his parking cones, he begins to walk over to Lenny's house to confront him about it. On the way, he walks past a car and the camera crew is reflected in its side.
Mahmud's road-rage scene from the outset has been sound-dubbed for strong language (UK video version), with the C-word being uttered only once. In the UK cinema print, Mahmud shouts the C-word many times towards the taxi driver.
£135,448 (UK) (11 April 2010)
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