Salmon Fishing In The Yemen is a romantic comedy movie that will be featured in theaters on March 9th 2012. This movie became an entry to the 2011 Toronto International Film Festival and is an independent British film that actually created a huge buzz due to the story that it brought to the screen. According to Owen Gleibeman, a film critic from Entertainment Weekly: Salmon Fishing in the Yemen takes us back to the sort of achingly civilized love story in which the only thing that really stands in the way of two people falling for each other is their own decorum. The love story created in the movie Salmon Fishing In The Yemen will give people a different take when it comes to falling in love and the surprises that it brings along the way.
Salmon Fishing In The Yemen movie is about a sheikh’s vision of bringing the sport of fish-flying to the desert. The sheikh’s consultant Harriet Chetwode-Talbot gets in touch with Britain’s top expert when it comes to fish, Dr. Alfred Jones. Harriet shares her employer’s vision of bringing fish-flying to the desert. The doctor’s initial reaction was that this project is both absurd and impossible. Although the team was brought in to the challenge when the Prime Minister’s press secretary gets hook on this story. Creating the impossible pushes the team to embark on an upstream endeavor that is based on their faith and of course fish! They must work together to create the dream to reality and prove the impossible, possible.
Salmon Fishing In The Yemen is based on a novel by Paul Torday under the same title. It is directed by Lasse Hallstrom (director of Chocolat) and is written by by Simon Beaufoy who is known for writing the screenplay of Slumdog Millionaire. Dr. Alfred Jones is played by Ewan McGregor, Harriet Chetwode-Talbot is Emily Blunt and the role for Bridget Maxwell (the Prime Minister’s press secretary) goes to Kristin Scott Thomas. The rest of the cast are also joined by other talented actors like Amr Waked, Catherin Steadman and Tom Mison. The romantic comedy film, Salmon Fishing In The Yemen is produced by: BBC Films, Kudos Film and Television and Lionsgate. It is also rated PG 13 for parents and guardians who want to make sure that the film is fit for youngsters in the family.
Since this new movie was an entry to the film festival held in Toronto, there has been a lot of early buzz and critic that came out. According to News Blaze this film brought so much more in the table, here’s a short quote from their movie critic: Oddly enough, in much the same way that a master chef excels in miraculously transforming a soggy fish into a tasty dinner special, the director somehow magically spin a euphoric, emotionally convincing tale from an exceedingly eccentric premise or two. I guess there truly is more to this film than meets the eye. Make sure you catch Salmon Fishing In The Yemen in cinemas on March 9th 2012.
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