They have a president and really like that Americans buy all their chotskies.
But because I struck up a convo in line while waiting for my bunless hotdog, I learned a lot about international politics, and if I were single, I could have finagled a date out of that guy.
I was shocked, SHOCKED by the sheer amount of Asian men I saw there; many of them were on group trips with their geeky college clubs for engineers and med students.
I had a great convo with an engineering student from UC San Diego who grew up in Taiwan and spoke perfect English.
The values of white liberal couple Matt and Christina Drayton, played by Spencer Tracy and Katharine Hepburn, are put to the test when their daughter, Joey, returns from vacation engaged to a black doctor, John Prentice (Sidney Poitier).
While the Draytons wrestle with whether to give their blessing to the couple, their relationship with their black maid is also explored. The phrase the “personal is political” certainly applies to this film, which inspired the less than stellar remake “Guess Who” in 2005.
The kids and hubby were ready to go, while I was drowning my sorrows in paleo-forbidden domestic draft beer.
While I was sitting around in the common area, I couldn’t help but notice how many uncoupled, young, fit, and gorgeous men there were of all races. Dude-bros were on testosterone-fueled mini vacations, and let me tell you–they ALL must have had jobs, because skiing ain’t cheap.
How well do you know your interracial romance films? Riff (Russ Tamblyn) heads the Jets, and Bernardo (George Chakiris), the Sharks.For the 1950s, however, this film broke much ground.