In this charming romantic comedy, an Indian woman studying in Prague and a lonely New Yorker begin an unconventional correspondence through video letters - two strangers searching for human connection in a hyper-connected world. When their relationship deepens, they must decide whether or not to meet face to face. Winner of the Audience Award for Best Narrative Feature at the 2013 Slamdance Film Festival, "Hank and Asha" is a film about identity, longing, and the irresistible appeal of entertaining life's what-ifs.
Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes
Though not very ambitious, this winsome, whisper-thin tale shimmers along with the charming urge to connect and reveal yourself that links its two correspondents.Nicolas Rapold, New York Times, 04.10.2014
Fortunately, the lead players are attractive and appealing enough to make them good company for the short haul.Joe Leydon, Variety, 04.07.2014
As if it were necessary, here's a film that proves that placing two characters in completely separate locations marks a shaky premise.Justin Lowe, Hollywood Reporter, 04.07.2014
This two-hander doesn't feature much more than its leads speechifying to their cameras, a challenging basis for visual storytelling.Zachary Wigon, Village Voice, 04.08.2014