The two men don’t see eye-to-eye on many things so inevitably political, cultural and generational differences all rear their heads. But through their journey they come to understand each other a little better. This astute, immensely entertaining examination of a father-son relationship owes much to the chemistry between the two leads, a real life father and son, who bring a lot of warmth, charisma and humour to proceedings.
“An intimate, well-played disquisition on what it means to be a Palestinian abroad versus a Palestinian at home.” Variety
Winner Special Prize for Best Film Locarno International Film Festival 2017
Winner Best Film Honourable Mention London Film Festival 2017