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Synopsis

The affaire of a married Palestinian man and a married Israeli woman in Jerusalem takes a dangerous political dimension when they are spotted in the wrong place at the wrong time, leaving them to deal with more than their broken marriages.

Cast

  • Maisa Abd Elhadi
  • Mohammad Eid
  • Kamel El Basha
  • Ishai Golan
  • Bashar Hassuneh
  • Hanan Hillo
  • Amer Khalil
  • Sivane Kretchner
  • Jan Kühne
  • Adeeb Safadi

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Trivia

  • A title card at the beginning of the film says, "Inspired by real events." In an interview, director Muayad Alayan said, "it was inspired by two real events that were familiar to so many; it was the truth."

Quotes

    • Sarah: I cheated on David.
    • Ronit: Darling. It is ok. These things happen. And when they do they remind us of what's really important in our relationships.
    • Sarah: It was with a Palestinian guy.
    • Ronit: Are you crazy? You said these things happen. There are millions of Jewish guys you could have chosen. Are you that desperate? With an Arab? It doesn't matter now. What's done, is done. Just make sure David doesn't find out.
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Only the first 20 minutes are action or suspense. the last 80 minutes repeat what they show in the 1st 5 minutes. it was counter productive and irresolute

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Metacritic

70
Jun 11, 2019

Muayad Alayan coaxes excellent performances out of the two leads and their supporting spouses, and even if the drama can seem heavy-handed in a few places, it remains quite believable throughout.

Metacritic review by Jordan Mintzer
Jordan Mintzer
The Hollywood Reporter
70
Jun 11, 2019

Unshowy camerawork and an understated score both place the emphasis on the largely impressive and naturalistic performances.

Wendy Ide
Screen Daily