Go With Peace Jamil (Ga med fred Jamil - Ma salama Jamil)
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Go With Peace Jamil (Ga med fred Jamil - Ma salama Jamil)
First time feature filmmaker Omar Shargawi explores the experiences of Arabs in western countries by focusing on the cultural and religious beliefs that they carry with them when moving into a society that doesn't necessarily share the same value system. Jamil is a young Arab living in Denmark. Alienated from his wife and child after moving into a Copenhagen community populated largely by Arab immigrants, the power of Jamil's weakening family bonds are put to the ultimate test as he sets out to settle some lingering debts. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

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"In all likelihood, Ma salama Jamil is one of the first Dogme-inspired films mostly spoken in Arabic."
‑ Boyd van Hoeij, european-films.net