Amos Gitai directed this Israeli-French family comedy-drama, the second film in a trilogy about contemporary Israeli cities. A Jewish woman, Hanna (Hanna Maron), runs a bakery with her Arab husband Yussef (Yussef Abu Warda), while their son Moshe (Moshe Ivgi) has problems with his wife Didi (Dalit Kahan). With a proposed retail mall in the future, Yussef feels there are inherent political implications if he were to sell the bakery to the Israeli developer. Shown at the Montreal World Film Festival. ~ Bhob Stewart, Rovi
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I loved the movie...of course it's very tricky...I mean different from the poster...and picture...because she wasn't the main character.
But about the couple and their children...
the intermarriage of arab and jewish.
How the mother...was the center of the family.
It's a very nice movie!
What I'm enjoying so much about Israeli movies...it's how they depict the society...or daily lives...with other things as any society.
I'd watch it again.