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Émilie's first movie is about his half sister, Pauline, who desperately wants to leave his uncommon family. Although his brother and sister have fled the regular house fights and conflicts, Pauline stays, unable to get out of there.
Inspired by his own psychological excavations, Andoni develops the concept to apply to modern-day Palestine, a project that inspires this witty, personal and compelling film. Featuring a colorful array of characters, including members of the director's own family, Andoni explores the individual memories of Palestinians, whose life experiences have been shaped by military occupation, oppression of the people and continuous erosion of citizens' rights. In a place so dominated by collective consciousness and identity, finding individuality becomes the focus of this fascinating - and moving - study. Written by
Dubai Internation Film Festival
I've just seen this movie as it is part of a festival in the city where I live (Poitiers, France) and I must say it has made quite an impression on me, so much so that I have decided to write this review, my first.
Actually I totally agree with the thorough and interesting review already written. I just want to add my own voice and say that this movie is witty and sensible. It relates to all of us for all the right reasons.
If you have the opportunity to see FIX ME, don't miss it. And even if "maybe" is an important ingredient in the film, it should not play any part in your decision.
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