A letter home, after the failure of a twenty-first century theocracy.
Went and saw The Big Sick with my wife; we both agreed it was a nice first effort by the couple as writers but would have benefited greatly from a non-involved editor (or a better editor if they did have one).
Its not much of a RomCom as the Rom falls quite flat (even bracketing the whole coma thing) in that the wife and I thought the Pakistani ladies rather lovely and (plausibly) more interesting than his eventual wife - even in the tiny amounts of time we spent with them. I don't think that was supposed to happen. See above about editors.
Structurally they didn't stick the landing... boy meets girl, boy loses girl, girlfriend in a coma*, girl emphasizes he lost her, boy loses girl again, girl reminds boy he lost her, girl maybe changes her mind, Boy gets girl. The end.
That might have been how it happened in real life... but it wasn't a good use of screen time. And, in the end, there's still no real reason why they should get together - or one that we could see... but they do, so we just take their word for it.
* Scratching that sentence off the bucket list, it took me 20-years but I used it in a real sentence without irony