Kumail Nanjiani, left, and Zoe Kazan in “The Big Sick,” which starts out looking like a sweet rom-com then dips into some very poignant discussions of race, religion, horror movies and stand-up comedy.
Kumail Nanjiani, left, and Zoe Kazan in “The Big Sick,” which starts out looking like a sweet rom-com then dips into some very poignant discussions of race, religion, horror movies and stand-up comedy. AP
Kumail Nanjiani, left, and Zoe Kazan in “The Big Sick,” which starts out looking like a sweet rom-com then dips into some very poignant discussions of race, religion, horror movies and stand-up comedy. AP

‘The Big Sick’ offers real look at love, life

June 21, 2017 10:08 AM