The affaire of a married Palestinian man and a married Israeli woman in Jerusalem takes a dangerous political dimension when they are spotted in the wrong place at the wrong time leaving them to deal with more than their broken marriages.
- Grand Jury Prize - Seattle IFF
- Maisa Abd Elhadi
- Adeeb Safadi
- Sivane Kretchner
- Ishai Golan
- Rami Alayan
- Sebastian Bock
- Sameer Qumsiyeh
- PALCINE PRODUCTIONS
- MANDERLEY FILMS / CONNECTING COTTBUS
- HERETIC OUTREACH
- ARAB WORLD DISTRIBUTOR : MAD SOLUTIONS
Unshowy camerawork and an understated score both place the emphasis on the largely impressive and naturalistic performances.
It’s a scenario with twists and turns that are reminiscent of Sydney Pollack’s cinema.
A Palestinian born in Kuwait in 1985, he studied in San Francisco before returning to Bethlehem to make films about the realities of life for young Palestinians. His first short film, LESH SABREEN?, premiered at the International Short Film Festival in Clermont- Ferrand in 2009 and screened at over 60 international festivals. Alongside making documentaries and short films which have met with success at festivals worldwide, he also works as a cinematographer and film lecturer. AL-HOB WA AL-SARIQA WA MASHAKEL UKHRA is his first feature film.