Joe soon leaves, having no success and looking quite disappointed in the outcome of his visit. Suddenly Jules screams behind them. The film moves very fast and keeps the audiance entertained. The story is about an Indian girl whose name is Jesminder. But for Jules, there is no time for beeing frustrated.
I chose this book after i watch the film. Joe is not very lucky about it but he has to accept her decision. Pinky is very angry, when Jess tries to clarify the situation. She daydreams of being a great soccer star and her hero is David Beckham. Bend it like Beckham by Narinder Dhami. He says Jess has tremendous potential but is soon interrupted by Mr Bhamra who tells his story of when he was kicked out of his cricket team because he was Indian. Not a bad adaptation, but I'd rather watch the film! Bend It Like Beckham is a movie about an Indian girl named Jess who really wants to play soccer, but her mom doesn't want her to because it's against her traditional ways.
But because of her religion I chose this book after i watch the film. I played the best ever! Joe: - He is very understanding p. The story is about an Indian girl whose name is Jesminder. After a few moments, Tony explains her that he is homosexual and that Jess is the only person who knows his big secret. She fancies her idol David Beckham because nobody can cross or bend a ball like him. I wanted to watch it again but i couldn't get the film out so i got the book instead.
In the second half, Jules goals at first, and then Jess goals. In nearly every scene, Chadha shows Jess trying to come up with her own unique formula for balancing her heritage and her obsession with football. The dialogue was exactly the same. And how does she score? When the comedy-drama film Bend It Like Beckham premiered in the U. Jules: - She seems to be very nice and obliging. On the spot she joins her team and starts with the training. But Jess is determined to play on Jules' team regardless of her parents.
It would not work and she does not want to burden her parents again. She feels bad, but she is sure that she does not do something stupid like taking drugs or getting pregnant. Then, his father was his trainer and Joe trained very hard. After a while she comes home and unfortunately she gets into trouble with her mother, because she is too late and her mother knows that she played football. Her parents only want the best for both of their daughters but Jess' fascination with sports doesn't fit into their idea of a young woman future. It's not good, but neither is it bad. I finally got around to reading it today, and ended up not being all that surprised when it turned out to be a dud.
She forgets everything around her, her family, Jules… Now she knows that she really loves him. Boys, on the other hand, get more freedom to do whatever they wanted and can dress however they want to, but girls have more rules and restrictions placed on them. Unlike many comedies, Bend it Like Beckham is filled with plenty of important themes. When Jess goes to Jules' house to try to patch up their friendship, Jules' mother is misled and thinks they're hiding a lesbian relationship. At times a bit too quick - I'd have liked a bit more depth, but oh well. When Jess tells her parents about the football team she has been invited to join, she is immediately discouraged, and is banned from football.
Nagra has always dreamed of playing football soccer in her native England, but Indian girls simply don't play professional sports. Jules tells her that the team needs her for the final match and that an American scout will be there. Jess can not play football anymore and the wedding is called off. Jules: - She seems very sure of herself and she knows what she wants p. Oh no sweetheart, not the sports bras! I decided to read this book because my teacher gave us the choice of which book we wanted to do for our study book where we had to write an essay on and this book was one I enjoyed this book because i watched the movie first and really enjoyed that. Jules comes to her and she whispers in her ear that she will ask Joe to dance and so she goes to the neighbouring table. This latter has a hard time trying to convince her relatives that soccer is a sport like another and she must fight all kind of ethnic and social prejudices.
Jessminder plays football in the park with her friend, Tony, and his friends until Jules, a player for the Hounslow Harriers Women's Football Team, asks Jessminder to come along for a try… family where gender roles are clearly defined. The title of this film nearly put me off watching it. When Jess goes to Jules's house to try to patch up their friendship, Jules's mother is misled and thinks they're hiding a lesbian relationship. The first half is a disaster and the coronation is a goal of the other team. Her parents are Sikhs who fled from Uganda to England, where her dad works at Heathrow airport.