I saw this movie a few weeks ago. It wasn't that Hollywood blockbuster, but it is a really good drama about the dark side of diversity and how distrust, prejudice and distance-keeping can ruin our ordinary life. The film introduces different lives what look independent from each other at first sight but at certain points of the story they all link together and affect the consequences. What's sure is that this movie won't leave you indifferent and will wake some new thoughts about life and people. My only critical remark is that it was totally unnecessary to cast Sandra Bullock and Brendon Fraser just to "sell" this movie with their names, their performance were terrible, most of the other actors/actresses were unknown though but they acted brilliantly.