Wajib (A martfüi rém))
Cert: TBC Year: 2017 Length: 96 mins Language: Arabic
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Score: 81.57% Attendance: 109
Director Annemarie Jacir uses a simple road trip around Nazareth to explore the different 'truths' of life as seen by Palestinians in Israel. Father and son (as are the actors), are hand delivering invites to a wedding; Abu Shadi - who has lived here all his life - and Shadi - who now lives in Italy - argue about their different views of how to survive, about what is important; about pragmatism and idealism.
It's easy to wear a rosecoloured pair of designer Italian glasses when you are observing from a distance, whereas Shadi's father faces the compromises needed to rub along successfully in his homeland
Amber Wilkinson, Eye For Film.
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