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Arab film with political sting

Huda's Salon / Costa Brava, Lebanon
Regissør: Hany Abu-Assad Mounia Akl
(Palestina/Egypt/Libanon/Frankrike/Norge mfl.Nederland)

ARAB FILM DAYS: The thriller Huda's Salon takes a feminist look at the position of women in the Israeli – occupied West Bank, while the distinctive family drama Costa Brava, Lebanon deals with Lebanon's ongoing waste crisis.

16. – 20. March is at the Vika cinema in Oslo the screen for the twelfth edition of Arab movie days. As the name suggests, this offshoot of the Film from the South festival only shows films from and about the Arab part of the world. The program includes both an exciting selection of feature films and several strong documentaries. Here we highlight two feature films that both address current, political and social issues. The final festival program. . .

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Aleksander Huser
Huser is a regular film critic in Ny Tid.

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