Jess: Letting me go to America is a big step for my mum and dad.
But I guess that's something you wouldn't understand.
Jess (Parminder Nagra) is a young woman from a Sikh family, dreaming of playing football and in total discordance with her traditional family values.
When Jess secretly decides to join a girls' football team, she is opening herself to the eventuality to play professionally someday, to develop a friendship with Jules (Keira Knightley), one of her team players, and to become infatuated with her male coach, Joe (Jonathan Rhys-Meyer), revolutionizing her family-culture concept of life".
We will start here by getting an overall of those cultures.
Since the 1950s Britain has gone through an intense period of accelerated social and cultural transitions.The Hofstede analysis for Britain reports strong feelings towards individualism and masculinity.On the other hand, the power distance and uncertainty avoidance are ranked considerably low. This study indicates potential change that Britain is willing to achieve rapidly with the new generations.In conclusion, a great deal can be learnt from the film about different attitudes ad prejudices.Examples include the events in the Sikh wedding, attitudes towards females and football, and how a woman is expected to behave.(Allen, 2005) Different and contradictor at first, English and Indian cultures will cohabit through the whole movie.The purpose of this paper is to get a brief overview of this culture clash. Introduction Adam Taylor Part Three Analyse and explain the way in which a religious theme has been dealt with in a film or television drama.The film we watched was called Bend It like Beckham. In the film Jess, an Asian girl, has a talent for playing football.One of the most driving motions through this period has been the women's movement.Their entrance into the labour market and their growing autonomy has designed fundamental changes in their role in society and their relations with men.