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Yuval Scharf, Yussuf Abu Warda, Sarah Adler, Assi Levy, Uri Gavriel, Norman Issa, Shady Srur. (Hebrew dialogue)

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Amreeka POSTER Movie (27 x 40 Inches - 69cm x 102cm) (2009)

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Amos Gitaï, with Yuval Scharf, Yussuf Abu Warda, Sarah Adler ..

Production company: Agav Films
Cast: Yuval Scharf, Yussuf Abu Warda, Sarah Adler, Assi Levy, Uri Gavriel, Norman Issa, Shady Srur
Director: Amos Gitai
Screenwriters: Amos Gitai, Marie-Jose Sanselme
Producers: Hamon Hafakot, Agav Hafakot, Michael Tapuach, Amos Gitai, Laurent Truchot
Director of photography: Giora Bejach
Production designer: Miguel Merkin
Costume designer: Laura Shein
Editor: Isabelle Ingold
Sales: Agav Films
No rating, 81 minutes.

Hanna’s husband, Yussuf (Yussuf Abu Warda) solicitously greets Yael, gives her piecemal information about his marriage and life, and shows her around, introducing her to some of the members of his family and neighbors. Yussuf’s daughter, Miriam (Sarah Adler) painstakingly tends the garden planted by her mother, at one point mentioning that she lets the nettles grow to deter the local kids from throwing trash in the greenery and pulling up the other plants. Daughter-in-law Sarah (Assi Levy, the most mesmerizing presence here) lives among them, and has her own bitter memories of a failed intercultural marriage. Yussuf’s surviving son, Walid (Shady Srur), a former fisherman, inveighs against the growing pollution of the sea and asks Yael rhetorically who is treated better by Israelis, recent immigrants from Russia or Palestinian Arabs? Neighbors Hassan (Uri Gavriel) and Norman (Norman Issa) chip in their own two agorot on life, love and family matters.

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Ana Arabia:" Yussuf Abu Warda as Yussuf

Hanna’s husband, Yussuf (Yussuf Abu Warda) solicitously greets Yael, gives her piecemal information about his marriage and life, and shows her around, introducing her to some of the members of his family and neighbors. Yussuf’s daughter, Miriam (Sarah Adler) painstakingly tends the garden planted by her mother, at one point mentioning that she lets the nettles grow to deter the local kids from throwing trash in the greenery and pulling up the other plants. Daughter-in-law Sarah (Assi Levy, the most mesmerizing presence here) lives among them, and has her own bitter memories of a failed intercultural marriage. Yussuf’s surviving son, Walid (Shady Srur), a former fisherman, inveighs against the growing pollution of the sea and asks Yael rhetorically who is treated better by Israelis, recent immigrants from Russia or Palestinian Arabs? Neighbors Hassan (Uri Gavriel) and Norman (Norman Issa) chip in their own two agorot on life, love and family matters.

Yael (Yuval Scharf) is a journalist who’s preparing a story about the late Siam, nicknamed Ana Arabia, a Holocaust survivor who was born Hanna Klibanov and who, after her family settled in Israel, dared to marry a Muslim construction worker, Yussuf (Yussuf Abu Warda) and convert to Islam.