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15 April 2009 (USA) See more »
But how can a heart endure betrayal?
Amir's visa has expired and he must return to Morocco. He must tell Sara, the woman he loves, but she also has news for him. The heart must endure trials from the powers that be. But how can a heart endure betrayal? | Add synopsis »
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Fethi Bendida ... Amir salem
James Gayheart ... Jimmy Wisco
Miguel Lopes ... Chris lopse
Olivia Macfadden ... Sara Smith

Scott Neufville ... John Brown
Jenny Pimentel ... Receptionist

Directed by
Fethi Bendida 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Fethi Bendida 

Produced by
Fethi Bendida .... producer
Original Music by
Tim Maurice  (as Timothy Maurice)
Cinematography by
Richard Widmack Belot 
Fethi Bendida 
Film Editing by
Fethi Bendida 
Casting by
Fethi Bendida 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Christopher Tranchina .... first assistant director
Sound Department
Andre Phillips .... sound recordist
Other crew
P.J. Conley .... production assistant
Mary DeBerry .... script consultant

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Additional Details

USA:20 min
Aspect Ratio:
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