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The Right to Be Wrong (2005)

" The Right To Be Wrong" provides a glimpse of modern Israel through the stories of ordinary Israelis and Palestinians, Jewish and Arab, Muslim and Christian, all in search of peace. The ... See full summary »

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" The Right To Be Wrong" provides a glimpse of modern Israel through the stories of ordinary Israelis and Palestinians, Jewish and Arab, Muslim and Christian, all in search of peace. The story of David and Samir is about coexistence and friendship. It begins in David's car as he drives to Samir's restaurant in Ramla, a local Arab village. Over humus and falafel, Samir talks about his ties to Ramla stemming back to before 1948. His son, Jalil expresses his torn identity as an Israeli Palestinian Arab. Interwoven with David and Samir's stories, are even more compelling stories about everyday life in Israel. Finally, the passion for peace is exemplified in a journey to Kansas City with David, and Samir to assist the in hosting a "hafla" or party. Written by Anonymous

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21 August 2005 (USA)  »

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Great Movie
14 June 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is a great movie.

You MUST see it.

This movie is a well balanced film. The friendship of the Israeli, David, and the Palestinian, Samir, is heartwarming. And they are both characters. Samir's son was also interesting.

Even the emphasis on food shows the similarities that these cultures actually have. And it looked delicious.

This movie is for all those people who believe in peace in the middle east. It shows that peace can exist and that there is still hope in a conflict that can seem hopeless.

The film's director made another film, "Born in Buenos Aires", and it is very good. But I couldn't find it on IMDb. Put it on!


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