Learning to Drive Synopsis
Wendy is a fiery Manhattan author whose husband has just left her for a younger woman; Darwan is a soft-spoken taxi driver from India on the verge of an arranged marriage.
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Movie Reviews

Learning to Drive

By jwein1
A sweet, warm, adult story with lots of smiles and a few chuckles. Ben Kingsley is excellent. You would think it's a comedown for the man who played Gandhi to now being a Sikh taxi driver, but his...

A gem

By janeebeale
The acting was really great. Ben Kingsley was wonderful; Patricia Clarkson also great. The writing and directing were spot on! It felt really real. Highly recommend it....it's for people who...

QUALITY

By friendco7
SUPERB acting....

Totally delightful, uplifting

By cantaloupe
Great acting and a wonderful story that touched and inspired me....

"Driving Miss Daisey" Meets "Monsoon Wedding!"

By stvnwllms
I'm a retired New Yorker living in Chicago and never learned how to drive! This film gem was engaging, entertaining, and inspired me to seriously consider taking lessons! Although I come from a...

Learning to Drive

By jmarcus251
Loved this movie. The characters were real and so vert believeable. Patricia Clarkson is a GEM. She can do anything and be in a film and just her prescence makes it better. TERRIFIC!!! and...

Learning to Drive

By GKeir
Stellar. Smart, indie filmmkaking at its finest. Go support quality films....

Great Story

By chamdickey
Well told and shot...

Brilliant

By maruca44
This is was such a brilliant and well written film. The actors were phenomenal....

Pretty Bad - 3/10

By LHT96815
I was expecting something funny and uplifting but it was dull and depressing. I like the message of Ben Kingsley doing good things for others without expecting things in return, as I do that all...

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Rated R | For Language and Sexual Content
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Common Sense Media says Empathetic drama treats mature themes with warmth.
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POSITIVE MESSAGES
POSITIVE ROLE MODELS
VIOLENCE & SCARINESS
LANGUAGE
CONSUMERISM
DRINKING & DRUGS
SEXY STUFF