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Blind dating film cast

Despite the cast's best efforts this is not as charming as it sets out to be.

“We’ll be going from darkness in New York City [at 10 p.m.] to dusk in San Diego,” says Gateley.

“The people will know they’re going on dates — we’re not just going to walk up and randomly ask people.” Gateley says the couples — who will be meeting each other for the first time in the opening episode — were paired by a relationship expert, who interviewed each person via Skype (likes, dislikes, etc.) before making the matches. “There’s no producing, no checking in with the hosts or crossing any lines.

The first is a revolutionary experiment that could allow him to see.

The other is the wonderfully fragrant new receptionist called Leeza (Anjali Jay). So it's a bit of a bummer that Leeza's family has arranged for her to marry a nice Indian chap (Sendhil Ramamurthy, hopelessly wooden Dr Suresh in Heroes). Especially director James Keach who has no idea how to make the misconceived pieces of the script fit together.

He could have begun by ditching all attempts at broad humour since not one of the gags hits the funny bone.

Joey and Phoebe want Ross and Rachel to get back together, so when they ask them to set them up on blind dates, they take advantage of this and decide to set them up on terrible dates so they'll see how perfect they are for each other.

Egged on by his laddish brother Larry (Eddie Kaye Thomas), he goes on a series of literal blind dates, only raising the odd laugh when attempting to pass himself off as a sighted person.

The tone changes drastically when he meets Leeza (Anjali Jay) and fails to realise that she’s an Indian facing an arranged marriage.

As if the gimmicky punnery of that title isn't enough, the movie ends with KT Tunstall's 'Suddenly I See' blaring over the end credits after the predictable happy ending.

Presumably there's a deleted scene where Danny traipses around in a park after a sudden shower to the sounds of a certain Jimmy Cliff classic.

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