Director: Maysaloun Hamoud
Stars: Mouna Hawa, Sana Jammelieh, Shaden Kanboura

Three Palestinian women live in an apartment in Tel Aviv. Two of them have more or less abandoned traditional values. They drink, smoke, and attend raves. The third strives to maintain traditional values, her fiancé grudgingly accepts her career, but would much rather she stay at home once they are married. They all suffer from belonging neither to traditional Arab society nor to secular Westernised society; they are “in between”. The film addresses sensitive topics and themes that are very much relevant anywhere.

Preceded by two short films as part of the International Animation Festival.

In Hebrew and Arabic, English subtitles

Age Rating: 15
Duration: 1 hr 41 (plus two shorts)

This film will not have adverts or trailers – the shorts which precede the film will start at the advertised time.

Certificate:

15

Duration

Approx 101 mins

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