Movies, Drama


No Comments 23 June 2014


The conflict between Israel and Palestinians is back in the news. On this backdrop, Omar is an even more poignant drama. The film reminds us of the spy-thrillers made during the cold war. Omar is a young Palestinian baker in love with the sister of one of his friends, which whom he secretly exchanges love letters.

Omar and two of his friends are trying to undermine Israeli control of Palestine. Before long is secret love now collides with his political activities. The psychological drama that ensues when Israeli forces capture him because of one of his friends shot an Israeli soldier. Omar is being forcefully interrogated and offered freedom in exchange for ratting on his friend.  If you like the TV “Homeland”, you will enjoy watching this psychologically clever film. The ending is very well done.



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