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The Unbroken Circle (2006)

The Unbroken Circle, (a tri-lingual film (English, Arabic, and Hebrew), using native language speakers), tells the "true to life" story of an Israeli family and a Palestinian family in ... See full summary »

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John C. Ludwig
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Cast

Credited cast:
Asaad Akar Asaad Akar ... King Pin
Janet Alrawi Janet Alrawi ... Nurse Janet
Flora Burke Flora Burke ... Miriam
Gilia Chazan Gilia Chazan ... Sophia
Samir Edmond Samir Edmond ... Dr. Samir
Elyess Ghanem Elyess Ghanem ... Mercedes Driver
Andy Hasroun Andy Hasroun ... Hasan
Shahar Hillel Shahar Hillel ... Abram
Yoni Kurlender Yoni Kurlender ... Israeli man Yoni
Jeremy Melloul Jeremy Melloul ... Dovie
Omeed Meshkat Omeed Meshkat ... Ali
Pierre Nasnas Pierre Nasnas ... Saide
Diana Noman Diana Noman ... Dr. Diana
Hanadi Sadi ... Nadia
Carol Sigelmier Carol Sigelmier ... Emergency Room Victim 2
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The Unbroken Circle, (a tri-lingual film (English, Arabic, and Hebrew), using native language speakers), tells the "true to life" story of an Israeli family and a Palestinian family in Israel, and is reflective of the real struggles endured in their daily lives. Written by Terry Michaels

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The circle of violence must be broken.

Genres:

Short | Drama

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Country:

USA

Language:

Arabic | Hebrew | English

Release Date:

15 February 2006 (USA) See more »

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Budget:

$25,000 (estimated)
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Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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John Ludwig, the writer/director of the film, did not speak either of the two other languages (Arabic and Hebrew) that were spoken in the film. See more »

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A moving film
25 October 2006 | by scriptinglife9404See all my reviews

I saw this film at Grauman's Chinese in Hollywood, and I wondered how a 28 minute film would be able to capture the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and wrap it up in a way that would make me stop and think. I need not have worried.

The film is well paced, and is a piece that sincerely shows the audience that the eye for an eye mentality doesn't work.

I liked that the film was shot in both Arabic & Hebrew (with English subtitles), and even the small amount of English that was spoken.

I was moved watching this film.

I checked the website for the film, and it is getting well played all over the world at many fine festivals.

I wish the filmmakers the best of luck in their future, and look forward to seeing more of their work. I'm impressed that this is their first film.

Good work.


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