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Salt Of This Sea

Salt Of This Sea

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An urgent and devastating portrait of life in Palestine, Salt of This Sea is essential viewing. Sixty years after her grandparent's exile from Ramallah, Soraya (Suheir Hammad) leaves Brooklyn to live in her homeland. When she discovers that her family's savings account was lost after the Arab-Israeli war, she becomes determined to reclaim her birthright, through whatever means necessary. With the help of her disillusioned lover Emad (Saleh Bakri) and his political filmmaker pal Marwan (Riyad Ideis), they plan on one big heist to settle the historical debt. Driving through the countryside like an Arab (and pacifist) Bonnie and Clyde, Soraya and Emad discover their roots while rejecting their status as exiles. Hammad and Bakri attack their roles with feral intensity, electrifying the screen. The first fiction feature of Palestinian-American director Annemarie Jacir, and the first feature film from Palestine by a female director, it is an intimate, urgent and rousing piece of political filmmaking. The film is in English, with parts in Arabic and Spanish (with English subtitles).

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Suheir Hammad,Riyad Ideis,Saleh Bakri

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With the help of her disillusioned lover Emad (Saleh Bakri) and his filmmaker pal Marwan (Riyad Ideis), they plan one big heist to settle the historical debt. Driving through the countryside like an Arab (and pacifist) Bonnie and Clyde, Soraya and Emad discover their roots while rejecting their status as exiles.

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