Let It Be Morning

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    Guy LodgeVariety
    Eran Kolirin's gentle but pointed comedy won't match the success of his 2007 breakout, but has thoughtful pleasures to offer.
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    Anna SmithDeadline Hollywood Daily
    Let It Be Morning may not have the broad appeal of Kolirin's The Band's Visit, but it's a quietly atmospheric piece of work with moments of comedy and pathos.
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    Jonathan RomneyScreen International
    Visually and dramatically, Kolirin makes the most of an increasingly claustrophobic setting heated by rising internal tensions...
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    Avi OfferNYC Movie Guru
    Mildly engaging and not as funny or witty as Tel Aviv on Fire nor as searing and brilliant as The Time That Remains, but it's nonetheless a tender, gently humorous and bittersweet tragicomedy.
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    Michael ClarkEpoch Times
    One fact few rational people will argue with: no country is secure without borders and restricted, legal immigration, rules almost every country on the planet except the U.S. seems to understand, embrace, and enforce.
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    Laura CliffordReeling Reviews
    The film features many striking moments, a standout watching Mira dance to The Dead Weather's 'I Cut Like a Buffalo'… may not enjoy the success of the crowd pleasing “Band’s Visit,” but it is the more thought-provoking film.
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    Dennis Harvey48 Hills
    Like the writer-director’s prior hit, this is an elegantly crafted, low-key, deadpan, melancholy sort of comedy.
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    Joseph FahimMiddle East Eye
    An intimate, delicate yet incisive multi-character comedic drama of classism, communal power dynamics, the broken dream of freedom, and the struggle for identity.
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