I have seen a lot of film festival movies in past 4 years, but this one I just didn't grasp the point of the story. Set in Israel and the film writeup says a of a fanilys triumps and tragedies. This is not what I saw. I saw a modern day israel and a changing theme throughout the ...
An intimate semi-biographical portrait of Palestinians living as a minority in their own homeland between 1948 and the present day, from the acclaimed director of DIVINE INTERVENTION. --- (C) IFC
DVD Release Date: April 24, 2012
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September 18, 2012
January 9, 2011
"The Time That Remains" starts with Menashe(Menashe Noy) picking up a passenger in his cab from the airport in Tel Aviv. Soon, an intense storm strands them, leaving the cab driver in a place that he does not recognize which is to be expected in a country where so many of the ol...
March 1, 2010
In 2002, Elia Suleiman made history with ?Divine Intervention?, the first Palestinian movie to have ever competed at the Cannes Film Festival. Seven years later in 2009, he returned to the official competition with his much anticipated second feature film, ?The Time That Remains?...
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