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That two people could overcome cultural obstacles, the perils of modern dating and a critical illness and end up together is a great story.That's the wonder of the romantic comedy of the year, "The Big Sick".Pakistani Muslims, they have all been wed in family arranged marriages and expect Kumail to do the same.One of the wonderful and telling things about "The Big Sick" is how fleshed out the world is around Kumail and Emily – from Kumail's comedy friends (Bo Burnham, Aidy Bryant and Kurt Braunohler), to his family (Anupam Kher, Zenobia Shroff, Adeel Akhtar and Shenaz Treasury) and Emily's parents.Some stories are too good to be true, and some true stories are too good for the movies.
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