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'Outsourced': A Comedy of Job Lossnew

Outsourced is a bright comedy about greedy American corporations, low-wage Indian workers, cultural incomprehension and the bonds that can form across all barriers by people of good will-especially, but not only, if they fall in love.
Shepherd Express  |  David Luhrssen  |  09-05-2008  |  Reviews

Love in the Time of Call Centersnew

Outsourced screened at this year's DC Labor Filmfest under the guise of a globalization parable, yet no inconvenient truths about the exportation of American jobs are revealed in the film, which is actually a sweet-natured, cross-cultural romantic
Washington City Paper  |  Mark Jenkins  |  12-13-2007  |  Reviews

Working It Outnew

When a Seattle man is transferred to India due to outsourcing, he overcomes his aversion and becomes the eventual poster boy for immersing, life-altering travel.
Austin Chronicle  |  Josh Rosenblatt  |  09-28-2007  |  Reviews

Don't Judge 'Outsourced' by its Titlenew

Despite its direct, documentary-style title, it is a fluffy comedy that never sacrifices its lightness for its message.
Orlando Weekly  |  Jason Ferguson  |  09-27-2007  |  Reviews

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