A father and his estranged son must come together to hand deliver his daughter's wedding invitations to each guest as per local Palestinian custom, in this rousing family drama from Annemarie Jacir (When I Saw You).
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Greta Zuccheri Montanari,
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The very idea of this movie is disgusting, heart-wrenching.
There was never a black comedy movie made about the wiping out of the Jews by the Nazis, and yet you people have the heart to have a snort at anything happening in this movie? What is happening in this movie is real, raw events. The very fact that this movie was made and the very fact that you audiences are appreciating it is gross. Compare, what if this movie was exactly the same but about the Nazi occupation then you all would be raging about how heartless this was.
When it's the jews, people sympathize with them as if they had survived the absolute end of the world.
What about the arabs oppressed by the jews? Don't Palestinians die daily?
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