Three generations of Indian women living in England take a day trip from Birmingham to Blackpool, a working-class seaside resort, in Gurinder Chadha’s watchable but generally ho-hum 1994 first feature about assimilation and generational clashes. The overall style is realist, though there are a few fleeting fantasy interludes that don’t work very well; most of the various feminist miniplots intersect at a male strip joint, where some strident melodrama triumphs briefly over the comedy.