The Last Conception (2020)

  |  Comedy, Drama, Family


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The Sikand family learns they are part of an ancient bloodline and the only hope at continuing is their gay daughter Savarna.


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24 September 2020 | intrepidfoodie
10
| Quirky, modern and heart-warming!
This entertaining film manages to capture the awkward moments between family members when a young professional "comes out" to their family with a fiancee in tow, but the film never takes itself too seriously either.

A happier, more light-hearted version of the Royal Tennebaums. It speaks of modern relationships, family and romantic love and looks at our individual responsibility to adhere to expected traditions when we create our own families or to pave our own way. I laughed a lot watching this film and especially loved the grandmother and her entourage.

Quirky, joyful and witty without trying too hard. If you enjoy Indie Films that are more about heart than car chases, you will love this one.

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Comedy | Drama | Family

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Release Date:

7 August 2020

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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