109 minutes

A Palestinian remembers his parents and his growing up in Nazareth under Israeli rule as he returns home to visit his widowed mother. Thoughtful memoir disguised as wry, observational satire in the manner of classic silent comedies.

A Wild Bunch (int'l)/ Le Pacte in association with Districup/Backup Films (France) release.
Michael Gentile and Elia Suleiman present, in association with Corniche Pictures and Wild Bunch, a The Film/Nazira Films/Artémis Productions/BIM Distribuzione/France 3 Cinéma/RTBF co-production; with the participation of MBC Group, France 3, Canal Plus, TPS Star; with the support of Eurimages, Tax Shelter ING Invest, Centre du Cinéma et de l'Audiovisuel de la Communauté Française de Belgique et des Télédistributeurs Wallons, Media Programme of the European Community, Centre National de la Cinématographie; in co-production with Belgacom.
With Elia Suleiman, Saleh Bakri, Samar Qudha Tanus, Shafika Bajjali, Zuhair Abu Hanna, Ayman Espanioli.
Directed and written by Elia Suleiman; produced by Michael Gentile and Elia Suleiman; director of photography (LTC, Duboicolor), Marc-André Batigne; production designer, Sharif Waked; costume designer, Judy Shrewsbury; film editor, Véronique Lange. 
Screened: DVD, April 6th 2010. 


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