Jules's Dad: - Paula, please! I was looking at other things too, like handbags. Bend It Like Beckham Bend It Like Beckham Script - Dialogue TranscriptVoila! Don't pretend to be so innocent. Jules: - Ok, see ya later, mate. Jules could do with some decent service! The director uses cinematography — a low angle shot on Jess near the end of the film, where she is informing her parents about her opportunity to fly over to America for university. We just felt it our duty to tell you.
But this just happens to be my wedding! Full Shot Full shots are used to show a whole entire scene, including the background, props and characters full body. At the Field Jess: Joe! By doing this, the director is clearly showing how the sisters differ. I was not allowed to play in any of the teams, and the bloody goras in their clubhouses made fun of my turban and sent me off packing! We'd like to ask for your blessings. Pinky: - Come on let me see 'em! Like Jules standing there without her body being cut off, her body is left full. I knew something was up when he turned up here! He says Jess has tremendous potential but is soon interrupted by Mr Bhamra who tells his story of when he was kicked out of his cricket team because he was Indian. Teet's bloody sister has gone and said she's wearing baby pink now.
Mr Bhamra has high status because the decision lies in his hands and his decision affects the outcome of everything. At the beginning, while Jess is serving tea, there is a brief viewing of Joe looking at Babaji. Every time I talk myself out of it, you come around and make it sound so easy. Jess's Mother: - Pinky, you've got so many others! When Jess arrives at the bus the shot is long, giving a full view of the scene, with Jess, Joe and all the girls in the bus, and the shot pans. Coach: Suppose you'd better come back, then. You just can't take no for an answer. What a game for him to see! We've got something we want to tell you.
Pinky: But there's no way Dad will let you go and live abroad without getting married first. . The rest is up to God. I got to go to Ealing for my facial. Dissolves are used to make 1 scene fade out and another fades in. Jules has been ever so down since you lost in Germany. Why is this an important? Pinky: - Stupid flippin' cow! They want us to turn pro next year.
There was junior boys stuff, but when he busted his knee, he set up a girls' side, and he's been on my case ever since! Jules: - Joe, that is totally out of order! Could it possibly be Ryan Giggs? I was 12 at the time and happened to be visiting England that summer for family weddings; I can vividly recall the football fever that gripped the country. Jess, Mrs Bhamra and Mr Bhamra are eating when they hear the doorbell ring. You were brave enough to face my mum! Jules's Dad: - She's got it. Jules's Mum: But I heard her! This dialogue clearly indicates a crucial problem in the friendship of the two girls: they fancy 10 the same man. We're not all slags like you lot! Pinky: - What is wrong with you, Jess? The musical, which ran at London's Phoenix Theatre, was also written and directed by Chadha. I played in the final today, and we won! It is greatly looked down upon in the Indian culture to show bare legs.
Jess's Mum: - It's nearly the end. Pop it in there in the valve, pump pump pump away, up it goes, then slip it back in there. Jess's Mum: We'll give them a wedding party they won't forget their whole life! Coach: Don't worry about it. I mean, as a job, like. Song Playing: And the music keeps on playing on and on. In an interview with The Guardian, Chadha that Bend It Like Beckham became something of a tribute to her father, who passed away before the film was edited.
And showing the world your scar! She was British, but also not; she was an Indian girl, but also not. Joe soon leaves, having no success and looking quite disappointed in the outcome of his visit. That immediately shows us the two different cultures. I thought she was a Pisces. Oh no sweetheart, not the sports bras! Why don't you put a nice picture of beautiful sceneries - instead of this bald man? Jess's Mum: - They saw you being filthy with an English boy! I don't even know why I was surprised! She's really pissed off she can't make it and she doesn't know what to do. The mothers, who are usually shown cooking or otherwise working with food, come to terms with this future through food.
Though it is only half of the actual problem, it is a good beginning to its resolution. At Home Jess: It's only me. I suppose you've come to tell me you're off the team for good? Jess: - Sorry about your knee. Jules: But you can't miss the final. Jess, however, is serving food at the festivities. Jules: I'm not taking no for an answer! Soccer Team Girl: - So, you can choose, does that mean you can marry a white boy? However, no matter what your cultural background, the central theme that you should follow your bliss no matter what the hurdle is universal. Why didn't you tell me you'd twisted it? Jess: - I haven't got any.
Joe: That even with the distance and the concerns of your family, we might still have something. They've offered me and Jules a scholarship to go to America. If you're going to go to all this bother lying, at least do it for something good! He starts telling a story about how he was discriminated and made fun of when he played cricket. As such, when the time came for the film's U. You won't hurt my feelings.
Jess: - I'm not playing with boys any more. The grim atmosphere which is expressed through an uneasy calmness seems to be the reason why no music is employed. The purpose of this is to make the viewer identify with Jess and her problems. Jess's Dad: - I don't have anything to say to you, ok? John: Definitely Gary, I think we've definitely found the missing piece of the jigsaw and the best thing is, she's not even reached her peak yet. A closing scene at the airport, which in a lesser movie would have simply hammered out a happy ending, shows her tact and love. Soccer boy spectators: They don't all look like lezzies, do they? Do you play for any side? Oh, and do you know what? We're going to pray to God to give you both sense, not bring back food for you! We're joined in the studio now by Jessie's mother, Mrs Bhamra. In conclusion, the most important idea in Bend It Like Beckham is challenging gender stereotypes.