By Shane Mitchell
April 11, 2014

Opening this weekend, Hank and Asha is a tale of two cities. During intimate video chats, a pair of long-distance lovers share their adopted homes, Prague and New York, as they plan a rendezvous in Paris.

Asha explains her family's charming travel ritual: "We make and give flower garlands to celebrate different things, like festivals, to honor the gods, to welcome people home or, in this case, to wish good fortune at the beginning of a new journey." Here is an exclusive clip for T+L readers:

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