London UK: Top selling authoress J.K. Rowling today announced a new film which hopefully will please plenty of minority groups around the world.
The new film 'Harry Patel and the Single Parent of Four Mixed Race Disabled Adopted Children' heralds a new train of thought for film makers in the UK. After her latest film Harry Potter and the Half Blood Pince, Rowling has shunned the action/adventure genre. Gone are the all action scenes pitting hero against villain along with the spellbinding graphics and special effects.
Instead the film will be a reality-docu-life-drama type programme, as the new film settles around Harry and his mixed up life on a council estate in Leeds. His constant battle with his estranged wife over access to his son, gary, a muslim amputee. Harrys emotion as he comes out of the closet & moves in with his new found love, Steve, a transexual barmanwomanperson at Fifis in the city. His respect for other football clubs like Millwall & Man Utd, despite being a 'committed' Leeds United nut.
Said Rowling; "It's about time we included all those minorities in a film. after all I'm a minority rich woman so I can sympathize. We wanted to make a film with real people in but still keep the 'Harry' in the title. We changed his surname to 'Patel' to reflect the diversity of the community. We made him not dislike Millwall & Man Utd to reflect the minority Leeds fan of this world"
The plot revolves around the main character Harry and his wife Julie Jones, 41 yr old canteen assistant and mother to one of the 4 children in their daily struggle to make ends meet and survive the backlash off their relatives for their failed mixed race marriage. Julie has three other children, two of which are fully disabled and partially disabled respectively with one speaking fluent Welsh. The other one is an adopted Catholic Afhghan refugee fleeing persecution from white middle class Britain. Gary, Harry's son and a muslim double amputee, is now five years old and plays wheelchair basketball.
Continued Rowling; "I Know the films a bit of a mouthful, but it reflects real life. if Julie had decided to give Harry a blow Job instead of shagging him, then we might not be here".
Politically Correct Party spokesperson, Jermaine Queer, part time dinner Lady, authoress and mother to several vietnamese boat children said she was happy that plenty of minority groups had been thought of this way. "The majority have had their fair share of the majority of things in the UK, the time has come for the minorities to rise up and become the majority force in the UK" said a confused Queer.