"Abe" is a 12-year-old half Israeli and half Palestinian kid from Brooklyn driven by his passion for food, who has never had a dinner without a family fight. Abe escapes from a stupid summer cooking camp and is mentored by the Afro Brazilian Chef "Chico", who specializes in serving fusion food at pop up food fairs. One side of the family prefers to call him "Avraham" (in Hebrew), the other side "Ibrahim" (in Arab), while his agnostic atheist parents call him "Abraham", in English. But he prefers Abe, just Abe.
Tom Mardirosian and Mark Margolis who are Palestinian and Israeli adversaries in this film were both prisoners together in HBO's OZ. See more »
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Good stories, really pack. the conflict that they choose to tell in this beautiful different background feels to heavy for this kind of movie theme but surprisingly was execute really well. i surprise this one take so fast. for my opinion if you go a little long enough the story could be more strong.
good act from all of the actor, its broke me to see ben scene when he try to comfort the families. make me miss my old man.
good act from noah schnapp.
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