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David & Kamal (2011)

Not Rated | | Drama | 2011 (Israel)
In Jerusalem, friendship develops between a Jewish 9-year-old American coin collector and the abused 9-year-old Arab street urchin trying to extort money from him.

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Kamal (as Abdalla El Akal)
Yoni Rosenzweig ...
Zach Cohen ...
Joseph (as Tzachi Cohen)
Noga Vogel ...
Raiza (as Noga Fogel)
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Etan (as Natan Ravitch)
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Baum
Abu Hussian ...
Grandfather
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Mother (as Ruba Balal)
Marach Ali ...
Older Sister
Aaisha El Akal ...
Younger Sister
Shir Fraiback ...
Erika
Karen Siniuk ...
Airline Woman
Rami Hasuna ...
Lead Teenager 2
Yazam Hasuna ...
Teenager 3
Halil Mouhamad ...
Teenager 4
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Storyline

A 9-year-old American Jewish boy, David, meets a poor 9-year-old street urchin of Arab descent, Kamal, who sells postcards to tourists in the stone-enclosed Old City of Jerusalem. At first glance, Kamal seems bright and energetic, but in reality he's suffering under the tyrannical presence of his grandfather who oversees the living of his family, which includes Kamal's mother and two sisters. Written by Anonymous / revised by statmanjeff

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Joseph: My God, David, you've grown. Of course you're grown. I don't know what I'm saying. It's been four years. I didn't know what to expect.
David: Five, Dad.
Joseph: Right. Five years. That makes you...
David: I'm nine now.
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