In loving, living memory, John Melançon 1928 – 2007
I failed to put the link to what i transcribed and put online ages ago, pre-CMS, pre my using Drupal, but here it is now:
The project has since been revived with new interviews and i think you can buy the original book, too: http://thisibelieve.org
Very good movie (and very good company! I was the guest of Larry and Rosalind and Ian and Anjali and Henry, and I took Wendy's ticket– I saw her where we met up at California Pizza Kitchen.)
I was surprised to recognize words spoken by the main characters in the beginning, before realizing that though in India, as Muslims, they were speaking Arabic (which shares a lot of words with Hebrew... not that I know much Hebrew).
Latika (pronounced LAH-tih-kah)
Wingfoot Commercial Tire Systems gets a big thanks from the Natkin and Melançon families for being the place, out of a dozen called, to answer the phone on Christmas day and have a way to get us a real tire to make it the 500 miles back to Massachusetts.