Tala, a London-based Jordanian of
Palestinian origin prepares for an elaborate wedding with
her Jordanian fiancé, when she encounters Leyla, a young
British Indian woman who is dating her best friend Ali.
Spirited Christian Tala and shy Muslim Leyla could not be
more different from each other but the attraction is
immediate. Tala’s feisty nature provokes Leyla out of her
shell and soon both women reveal their feelings for each
other. But Tala is not ready to accept the implications of
the choice her heart has made and escapes back to Jordan
where her chain-smoking high-brow mother finishes
preparations for an ostentatious wedding.
As family members descend and the wedding day approaches,
simmering family tensions come to boiling point and the
pressure mounts for Tala to be true to herself. Meanwhile
heartbroken Leyla relishes her newly found sense of identity
and self-respect and moves on with her new life – much to
the shock of her tradition-loving Indian parents. Single
again, Tala flies back to London – but it will take more
than just a date set up by Ali and Leyla’s sister Zara to
win Leyla back.
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