Question: Is there some reason that we are considently seeing planes fly over her house? Is that supposed to symbolize something?
Question: What is the title of the lovely and haunting Indian tune played as the credits run?
Question: When Jess is being introduced to Mel in the locker room, Mel says to Jess "Welcome to the Harriers," then looks at Jules and says "Paints and decorators are in." It sounds like rhyming slang but I never heard that one before, what's she mean?
Question: Does any one know what religion Jess and her family are?
Question: What is the name of the song that is played during the wedding when they switch back and forth from the wedding and Jess's final match before her final kick?
Question: Where can I find the lyrics to the version of the song, "Hot, Hot, Hot" in the movie?
Question: Why does Jess's sister insult Jess and her future mother-in-law by calling them cows? Aren't cows sacred in India?
Question: When Jess is upset about not being able to join the team she says something like, "I never bunked off school to go to those daytimers like Binky or Bubbly." I know what bunking is and I know who she's talking about but what does she mean?
Question: Does anyone have the script for "Bend it like Beckham"? (or a link for it)
Question: Is "Becks" at the end of the movie really David Beckham, or just a look-alike?
Question: In the end, if it wasn't Becks, then was that Posh, or one of her doubles?
Question: When Jules is first talking to Jess about joining the team and the guys are mocking them, what does Jules mean when she shakes her hand? Does it mean anything?
Question: During (or after) the wedding, why is the cameraman being beaten up?
Question: Why is the word "Packy" insulting to Jess?
Question: At the end of the wedding celebration, Jess is sitting in the car when her sister says 'Don't you want all of this?' What does Jess mean when she replies 'I want more than this'?