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Omar

By blslimogroup
Written February 28, 2014
This movie was AMAZING. I had seen the trailer and thought I knew what to expect, but it was so much more. The end was a complete shock and surprise to me. It was very emotional in fact. I highly, highly recommend it!!
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Heartbreak and Courage

By wodan
Written March 14, 2014
Two young lovers who only want to be together but they are in occupied territory. An incredibly tender love story that could be in Iraq, Tibet, or any other place where war and insanity reign and love tries to bloom. Touching and real.
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Polemic - not!

By skatz181
Written March 03, 2014
This is an amazing movie. The politics are all there, but it's not about the politics, it's about the people. It is a fully realized , artistic expression of our shared humanity. Not for sissies.
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Wonder

By travelor13
Written March 02, 2014
So now the terrorist get sympathy. They were laughing when killed a person, and were planning many more killings. Be careful what you wish for, you just may get it in the West. Blowing up markets, movie theaters, trains. Places were mostly women and children congregate. The same as they did in Israel.
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Where do your loyalties lie?

By clark2600
Written April 02, 2014
Omar was in a tight disposition, left to choose between the love of his family, and his nation. Before all, he would weigh that of his immediate family unit. When put to the test, he stood by his decision. Concerning his so-called life, his girl Natalie was that of his mentor friend's sister. He is constantly beleaguered in his attempts at rescuing his family.
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