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Omar

Hany Abu-Assad

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Festival year: 2014

For Nadia, the love of his life, Omar will do almost anything, even dodging bullets. Every day, he climbs over the separation wall in the West Bank to be with her. Then he is forced to choose between Nadia and the loyalty towards his friends. Exciting movie from Paradise Now director Hany Abu-Assad.

Synopsis

Sensitive young baker Omar is used to dodging bullets. For Nadia, the love of his life, he defies many dangers and climbs the separation wall in the West Bank. When his friends plan an act of resistance against the Israeli army, the situation gets out of hand and Omar is arrested. He finds himself playing a cat and mouse game with the military police and it soon becomes clear that his release will come at a high price. Will Omar be able to stay faithful to his friends, the love of his life and his convictions?
Omar, the first film to be fully funded by the Palestinian film industry, is directed by Dutch-Palestinian Hany Abu-Assad, who previously signed for multiple award-winning movie Paradise Now and won the Jury Prize for Omar at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival.

Credits

Palestine, Netherlands, The 2013, 97 min.

Fiction,

Spoken language: Arabic, Hebrew

Subtitles: Dutch

Official website: http://www.the-match-factory.com/films/items/omar

Productions:

ZBros Productions

Dutch distribution:

September Film Distribution

info@septemberfilm.nl

+31 205357550

www.septemberfilm.nl

World sales:

The Match Factory

info@matchfactory.de

+49 2215397090

www.the-match-factory.com

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