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Cast: Doraid Liddawi, Alon Leshem, Elia Suleiman, Alex Bakri, Amer Hlehel, Nati Ravitz, Ali Suliman, Menashe Noy, Samar Tanus, Yasmine Haj, Lotuf Neusser, Saleh Bakri, George Khleifi, Lior Shemesh, Nina Jarjoura, Shafika Bajjali, Yaniv Biton, Ayman Espanioli, Isabelle Ramadan, Baher Agbariya, Zuhair Abu Hanna, Avi Kleinberger, Ziyad Bakri, Ehab Assal, Leila Muammar, Tarik Kopty, Daniel Bronfman ...LESS
The Time That Remains is a 2009 semi-biographical drama film written and directed by Palestinian director Elia Suleiman. The film stars Ali Suliman, Elia Suleiman and Saleh Bakri. It gives an account of the creation of the Israeli state from 1948 to the present. Suleiman participated in the 2009... MORE
The Time That Remains is a 2009 semi-biographical drama film written and directed by Palestinian director Elia Suleiman. The film stars Ali Suliman, Elia Suleiman and Saleh Bakri. It gives an account of the creation of the Israeli state from 1948 to the present. Suleiman participated in the 2009 Cannes Film Festival, as his new film competed in the official selection category. The Time That Remains was also screened at the 2009 Toronto International Film Festival. In November 2009, the film won the Jury Grand Prize at the Asia Pacific Screen Awards. The film won the Critics Prize of the Argentinian Film Critics Association at Mar del Plata International Film Festival. LESS
Directed by: Elia SuleimanWith: Elia Suleiman, Ali Suleiman, Saleh Bakri, Avi KleinbergerTHE TIME THAT REMAINS is a humorous, heartbreaking film composed of elegantly stylized autobiographical episodes from the life of writer/director Elia Suleiman. The film explores life among the Israeli Arab community, and is shot largely in homes and places in which Suleiman's family once lived. Inspired by his father's diaries, letters his mother sent to family members who had fled the Israeli occupation, and the director's own recollections, the film spans from 1948 until the present, recounting the saga of the filmmaker's family in subtly hilarious vignettes. Inserting himself as a silent observer reminiscent of Buster Keaton, Suleiman trains a keen eye on the absurdities of life in Nazareth. -- VideoDetective.com. Theatrical Release Date:1/7/2011 On DVD:4/24/2012
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