An Israeli-Palestinian surgeon, shocked to discover that his wife was involved in a suicide-bomb attack, ventures into Palestinian territory to confront the people who recruited her, in this gripping adaptation of Yasmina Khadra’s international bestseller.
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This film covers a perspective that is could otherwise be ignored in the aftermath of a suicide attack in addition to showing the cyclical nature of the conflict. Ali Suliman does a great job of carrying this film with his great performance as this film was gorgeously shot and constructed.
A moving story full of realism that reveals the absurdity and the deepness of the islamic- israeli conflicts through the lense of a character who is a powerless witness to the atrocities of his and his nation's destiny.
Viendo las calles de Palestina vs las ciudades modernas de Israel, la conclusión es que la arquitectura árabe Palestina es mucho más rica. La historia de una mártir, de una lucha heroica y sincera. La sangre contará la historia.
You get either Palestinian or Israeli films. There have also been Arab-Israeli films. What's been conspicuously lacking thus far is a film that covers Arab-Israeli, Palestinian, and Jewish Israeli perspectives. "The Attack" is accomplished and gives no easy answers. It has pissed off Arabs and Jews alike, which goes to show it's got something right. At its core a moving existential drama more than a political thesis.