Amir has left his Pakistani heritage behind in an attempt to make partner at his corporate law firm, but his wife, Emily doesn’t share his negative feelings about Islam—she has encouraged Amir to help with the case of a controversial imam. When they throw a dinner party for Amir’s colleague Jory and her husband Isaac, the hard truths revealed lead to the unraveling of their carefully constructed lives. Directed by Brian Kite and starring Hari Dhillon who played the role of Amir in New York, London and in Los Angeles. Also starring Geoffrey Arend (Madame Secretary), Behzad Dabu (The Chi), and Emily Swallow (NCIS).
Recommended for ages 16 and up.