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Lipstikka (2011)

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Lipstikka is a movie starring Clara Khoury, Nataly Attiya, and Daniel Caltagirone. Two women reunite in London, where they go over the details of a life-changing event which occurred when they were teenagers in Jerusalem.

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... Lara
... Inam
... Michael
... Young Inam
Ziv Weiner ... Young Lara
... Gadi
Ofer Hayoun ... Boaz
Taliesin Knight ... James
Jullate Kahwage ... Young Inam's Mother
Amal Reihan-Abu Ramadan ... Young Lara's Mother
Ibrahim Abu-Zeid ... Young Lara's Father
Adam Abu-Razek ... Ashraf
Rachel E. Friedman ... Nun
Kosta Fasho ... Jamil
Charlotte McDougall ... James' School Teacher
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Two women reunite in London, where they go over the details of a life-changing event which occurred when they were teenagers in Jerusalem.

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There are two movies here. And while this seems like a good deal, the end result isn't quite as satisfying as you wish it would be. One thing I can't tell you, is how much this is based on real life events. Though if I were to guess I'd say it is purely based on real life, from what I saw in the movie that is.

While the main storyline is unfolding, there is this other (subplot if you want to call it that). Something that works a lot better then what we see as main story. The balance therefor is a bit off. If I were to judge only the so-called "subplot" (I stay vague so you can enjoy the movie and how it unfolds without any prior knowledge/spoiler) I would rate it much higher. As it is it is more than a decent movie, with good performances (especially by the younger actors). I am looking forward what this particular filmmaker is going to do next


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