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Corner Store Blues
1994
Color
48 minutes
HINDI AND ENGLISH

Corner Store Blues

Although he feels trapped working in his uncle's corner store in Little India, Rahul dreams of someday making it as a blues musician. A real black blues musician. Now if only he can overcome his Bombay accent, nagging relatives, immigration papers, infatuation with a blues singer, and hold a tune long enough to avoid being thrown out of every audition he might just make it.
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