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- Full Name: Changing Lanes (2002)
- Language: Dual Audio (Hindi-English)
- Size: 400MB & 1.12GB, 2.28GB
- Quality: 480p & 720p 10Bit HEVC & 1080p 10Bit HEVC – BluRay
- Format: Mkv
- Subtitle: English
In New York City, two men are rushing to court. One, a middle-aged, black insurance salesman named Doyle Gipson, a recovering alcoholic attending Alcoholics Anonymous meetings to stay sober, is en route to a hearing to argue for joint custody of his sons with his estranged wife. The other, a successful, young, white Wall Street attorney named Gavin Banek, is rushing to file a power of appointment document to prove a dead man signed his foundation over to Banek’s law firm. Banek is distracted while driving on the FDR Drive and his Mercedes CLK320 collides with Gipson’s 1988 Toyota Corolla. Banek tries to brush Gipson off with a blank check, rather than exchanging insurance information, thereby disobeying the law.
Gipson refuses to accept the check and voices his desire to “do this right”, but Banek, whose car is still drivable, insists upon leaving immediately. He leaves Gipson stranded, telling him, “better luck next time”. After arriving to the court late, Gipson learns that the judge ruled against him in his absence, giving sole custody of the boys to Gipson’s wife and allowing her to proceed with a plan to move to Oregon, never knowing that Gipson was about to buy a house locally and give it to his wife and children as part of his effort to make joint custody workable for everyone.