Omar, a young Pakistani man, is reunited with his former lover Johnny (Day-Lewis) and together they attempt to turn around a laundrette owned by Omar’s uncle. Adapted for the screen by Hanif Kureishi from his own novel (earning him an Oscar nomination), this iconic Thatcher-era cross-cultural love story is a study of contrasts in British society – between rich and poor, between classes, native British and immigrant groups, straight and gay.
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