By Kevin Jagernauth | The Playlist April 7, 2014 at 1:38PM
In an increasingly digital world, love can be found in the most unlikely places, with just the click of a button. And that's where we find "Hank And Asha," in this Slamdance Film Festival Audience Award-winning romance that tells the tale of long distance love aided by modern technology.
Co-written and directed by James E. Duff and starring Mahira Kakkar and Andrew Pastides, the story follows an Indian woman studying in Prague and a lonely New Yorker, who strike up a friendship via video letters that soon becomes something much more when their connection grows deeper. And the pair will soon have to decide whether or not to meet in person. In this exclusive clip, we see the sparks of the romance beginning to bubble with Asha sharing her enthusiasm at being in Europe and taking in the beautiful sights of her new home.
"Hank And Asha" opens April 11th in New York City and April 18th in Los Angeles, and will expand from there. Watch below.