Arab in America (2007)
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Paralleling real life events experienced by co-writer/director, Nabil Abou-Harb, the short film, "Arab in America", offers a comical view on America's newest black sheep: Arabs. Following the travels of Osama Ahmed Abou-Bakr, the audience will experience heightened instances of discrimination, racism, prejudice, and down-right ignorance. With a barrage of colorful characters like illegal Mexican landscapers, wrongfully imprisoned African Americans, southern good-old-boys, the NSA, the INS, the TSA, and the Police Department, Sam has his work cut out for him, if he hopes to be accepted as an Arab in America.
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