Then we see her in her room surrounded by soccer posters, football scarves and Manchester United tops, that is her reality. After the ceremony they shower the newly-weds with petals and confetti. Watch the movie, at least. The two main characters, Jess and Jules, both are women living in a culture where society and their loved ones expect them to act a certain way. She can not disappoint her parents and her sister again. Years ago people were very narrow-minded and did things traditionally or the way that the society accepted. Tony, out of friendship for Jess, decides to lie to the family and tell them he is engaged to Jess as long as she gets to go to any college she wants.
When Jess accompanys Joe to his car, he tells her that they have their next match on Saturday in Germany and that it is a shame that she can not go with them. When her parents find out she has to choose between tradition and her dream. Retrieved on 3 November 2011. Jess promises Joe that she will come at Christmas and then they will tell her parents about them. Now it is time for her first training. Jesminder Bhamra: - She is an Indian girl.
Suddenly Jules appears, she wants to talk to Jess. When she sees Joe in the clubhouse she is very nervous. Her parents support her and her culture is not anymore a big barrier. Then they go into the temple for the ceremony the bridal couple has to walk round the Guru four times etc. So Jess has to be very carefull.
Not only that, but the book was a bit repetitive; in less than one hundred pages, there were three different scenes where Jess was playing soccer, and one or more of her family members walked in. There is just one small problem - her parents don't know that she is playing soccer. After a disco dance, in Germany, Jess and Joe go out and they kiss. Paxton: - She is not very tolerant - She also tries to protect her daughter and is against football 3. A variety of locations around and were used for the nine-week shoot, with the semi-final taking place over a three-day period in ,.
In the film, each character encounters a different form of discrimination and each individual is able to overcome those challenges. Chadha worked with and ended up casting actual players from a variety of school teams. But Jess did not bring anything for a club. He quit and chose the easy way out, but Jesminder kept fighting. When the team travels to Germany for a big match, Jules sees Joe and Jess almost kiss at the party. It is time to go. Yet, despite appearances, Bend it Like Beckham does little to challenge the structure of English society.
She makes the first goal and they finally win the game. He made the mistake and she should not make it, too. Bend it like Beckham by Narinder Dhami. Joe holds Jess up and Jess leans in for a kiss just as Jules walks out to see what was happening. Abstract In this article, we explore the efficacy of sport as an instrument for social inclusion through an analysis of the film Bend it Like Beckham. Pinky: - She is a salesperson on the Avis car rental desk at Heathrow p. For this assignment, to make an intersectional analysis I decided to watch a movie.
Advertisement Jess, played by , is a physically exuberant girl whose love of soccer crosses over into a love of life. Jesminda is caught between society within her culture as well as coping with mainstream society. Bend it like Beckham is set in London and is a dramatic comedy that explores the traditions of Indian culture. Their parents do not trust their children anymore. If you can choose your husband you can only choose a Muslim.
Jess feels relieved and goes downstairs. She claims that Jess is a lesbian, because she kissed her daughter at the pitch they were only celebrating their victory. Although it's more like children's fiction, it had the feels. She has to be the perfect housewife. They drive home without saying anything.
Suddenly Joe calls Jules and Jess. Because of this, Jess… herself to become leader, even though her grandfather opposed. They want her to get a good education then… people want to do things their way and not the way their ancestors have been doing. By the end of the film, Jess supports her sister, gets approval from her father, plays a sport she loves, and scores a game-winning free kick. The coach is a young Irishman named Joe , and it is love at second or third sight--complicated, because Joe cannot date his players, and Juliette has a crush on him, too. However, they both fell in love with Joe.