The affaire of a married Palestinian man and a married Israeli woman in Jerusalem takes a dangerous political dimension when they are spotted in the wrong place at the wrong time leaving them to deal with more than their broken marriages.
CAST & CREW
Muayad Alayan, Rami Musa Alayan, Hans de Wolf, Hanneke Niens, Rebekka Garrido, Rodrigo Iturralde, Georgina Gonzalez, Alejandro Duran
Rami Musa Alayan
Director of Photography
Frank Gelat, Charlie Rishmawi, Tarek Abu Salameh
Giannis Giannakopoulos, Costas Fylaktidis
Maisa Abd Elhadi, Adeeb Safadi, Sivane Kretchner, Ishai Golan.
PalCine Productions Key Film Manderley Films Monofilms
Muayad Alayan is a Palestinian filmmaker and cinematographer based in Jerusalem. He studied film in San Francisco and his graduation project, the documentary Exiles in Jerusalem (2005), won the Kodak Award in the same city. His short film debut Why Sabreen? (2009), made with and about the youth of his home village, was screened and won awards at film festivals worldwide. Alayan is co-founder of Palcine Productions, a collective of filmmakers and audiovisual artists in Jerusalem and Bethlehem. In addition, he has worked as a film and cinematography instructor at several academic institutions in Palestine. His debut feature Love, Theft and Other Entanglements (2015) premiered in Berlin.
Exiles in Jerusalem (2005, doc.), Why Sabreen? (2009, short), Mute (2010, short), Sacred Stones (2011, doc.), Love, Theft and Other Entanglements (2015), The Reports on Sarah and Saleem (2018).