After a difficult divorce from his parents, Frederico decides to live with his mother in São Paulo City in order to study engineering, a childhood dream. However, Fred begins to see himself... See full summary »
Montine McLeod, a world-weary flight attendant, and Omar Hassan, a prematurely wise 10-year-old Pakistani-American boy connect with one another amidst the chaos of September 11, 2001. When Montine discovers the boy's direct personal link to the terrorist attacks, she instinctively embarks on an unsanctioned cross-country road trip to help Omar discover his uncertain future.Written by
The story unfolds really well. It does not attempt to forward some kind of touchy-feely message for Muslims. It does show a little violence, but not much of that, nor is it harsh in explicit language.
It does not center on the 9/11 tragedy, but it is about a boy and a woman who need to work around the problems of a grounded nation. If you are looking for a movie to watch on a Sunday afternoon, I highly recommend this movie.
Really, the feel of the movie does include caring about people who are not like each other. The dialogue and interaction between the actors is both realistic and inspiring.
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