Blind dating the movie
Danny discovers an operation that implants a camera-like contraption in his brain that will allow him the possibility to see again, even if the images are simply black and white and indistinct. Perkins (Stephen Tobolowsky) is a young girl Leeza (Anjali Ray) who is Indian and whose parents have arranged a wedding with a man she does not love.
And yes, in time Danny and Leeza are attracted to each other in what appears to be a doomed relationship - for family reasons.
Nadia posts ,000 in bail and agrees to marry David if he will help Walter avoid prison time. In the end, Nadia humiliates David by rejecting him to the delight of their guests as she and Walter decide to give their relationship another shot.
As if the gimmicky punnery of that title isn't enough, the movie ends with KT Tunstall's 'Suddenly I See' blaring over the end credits after the predictable happy ending.Presumably there's a deleted scene where Danny traipses around in a park after a sudden shower to the sounds of a certain Jimmy Cliff classic.woefully shifting tone frequently severs the audience's involvement with the storyline.The title and cover of this DVD suggest a film that is more fluff than substance. BLIND DATING is a well-written (Christopher Theo), well-directed (James Keach - brother of Stacy Keach and husband of Jane Seymour) story about the coping of the visually impaired, the quirks of Italian and Indian families, brotherhood, and the gamut of finding the right partner in a world of essential blind dating!
One of the reasons the movie works so well is the ability of actor Chris Pine to make us believe he is blind and convey the positive manner in which people with impairments 'view' those around them.He finds the possibility of true love with a receptionist Leeza (Jay), but her strict Indian family already has something arranged for her on the marital front.