A groundbreaking commercial in India portrays a relationship between two women that has swept the traditional country, where being gay could send a person to prison. Clothing brand Anouk Ethnic Wear's three-minute spot, called "The Visit," shows a live-in couple chatting casually and primping in preparation for a visit from one of the woman's parents. See also: The Caitlyn Jenner paradox: Are brands ready to talk about gender identity? With flowing curtains and sunny windows, the ad feels like a scene out of everyday life and treads lightly around the pressures that surround a same-sex relationship in a culture of deep-seated social conservatism. We tried to give it a candid feel like it is any other couple being apprehensive about meeting the parents.
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