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45 Minutes to Ramallah (2013)

Turbulent comedy about two Palestinian brothers who smuggle the dead body of their father from Jerusalem to Ramallah with the Israeli Police, a bunch of terrorists and the Russian Mafia breathing down their necks.

Director:

Ali Samadi Ahadi

Writers:

Gabriel Bornstein (screenplay), Karl-Dietmar Möller-Naß (screenplay)
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Credited cast:
Julie Engelbrecht ... Olga
Eyas Younis ... Ariel Feldman
Karim Saleh ... Rafik
Navid Navid ... Jamal (as Navíd Akhavan)
Jackie Sawiris Jackie Sawiris ... Mama
Lara Sawalha ... Alia
Mike Cardan ... Soldier Checkpoint
Ed Ward ... Nikolai
Badasar Colbiyik Badasar Colbiyik ... Munir
James Garson Chick James Garson Chick ... Freedom Fighter
Adel Akkad Adel Akkad ... Clerk
Payam Madjlessi Payam Madjlessi ... Mustafa
Hakim Tamimi Hakim Tamimi ... Nabil
Nairuz Ajlouni Nairuz Ajlouni ... Emilio
Suzan Demircan Suzan Demircan ... Samira
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Turbulent comedy about two Palestinian brothers who smuggle the dead body of their father from Jerusalem to Ramallah with the Israeli Police, a bunch of terrorists and the Russian Mafia breathing down their necks.

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Comedy

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Country:

Germany

Language:

English

Release Date:

5 December 2013 (Germany) See more »

Also Known As:

45 Minuten bis Ramallah See more »

Filming Locations:

Jordan

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Color
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Fast paced entertainment with a twist.
14 November 2013 | by fg-844-663209See all my reviews

I saw it at a small festival in Germany. It's really well done. The two actors, which were unknown to me before are very likable and believable and I also enjoyed the music. It's not the heavy intellectual and dramatic kind of film that you'd normally expect from a film about Israel and Palestine. It's more of a slapstick comedy with an air of sarcasm that sometimes make you stop laughing and start thinking. Maybe it comes closer to reality than any of us Westeners would believe? I really enjoyed it and with me the whole audience (it has won the audience award and the main award at the festival). So I can recommend it to anyone who doesn't have to many prejudices about the Middle-East.


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