Ocean of Pearls is a movie which goes straight to the heart about what it means to be human, to make and keep commitments to ourselves and others, and it brings these issues to light through the complexity of inter-cultural relations: specifically, the challenges that Sikhs have living in the United States.
It begs questions like How much compromise is too much? and What do we have in common with the people we reject or are rejected by? The answers to those questions are different for every person, and this movie doesn’t step on a soapbox, but rather, leaves those questions to be explored personally by the viewer.
This is a movie I’m grateful to own, and will be looking forward to watching more in the times to come… it serves as a powerful reminder of what it means to truly triumph in human spirit while staying steadfast to what is true.