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The Reports on Sarah and Saleem is a movie starring Maisa Abd Elhadi, Mohammad Eid, and Kamel El Basha. The affaire of a married Palestinian man and a married Israeli woman in Jerusalem takes a dangerous political dimension when...

Genres
Drama, War, Crime, Romance, Mystery
Director
Muayad Alayan
Starring
Ishai Golan, Mohammad Eid, Kamel El Basha, Maisa Abd Elhadi

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Genres Drama, War, Crime, Romance, Mystery
Director Muayad Alayan
Writer Rami Musa Alayan
Stars Ishai Golan, Mohammad Eid, Kamel El Basha, Maisa Abd Elhadi
Country Netherlands, Germany, Palestine, Mexico
Also Known As Los informes sobre Sarah y Saleem, El affaire de Sarah y Saleem, O Caso de Sarah e Saleem, Απαγορευμένες συναντήσεις, Der Fall Sarah & Saleem, サラとサリームに関する報告書, El Affaire de Sarah y Saleem, Os Relatórios sobre Sarah e Saleem, Sarah és Salim viszonya, Sarah & Saleem - Là dove nulla è possibile
Runtime 2 h 7 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description 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.

Top reviews

Friday, 25 Sep 2020 03:21

In 1947, in Afghanistan, an Arab Muslim (Ali Mabieh) becomes infatuated with a local Hindu (Binah Jilani) and becomes involved in a land dispute. The two men's animosity is so great that they have a run-in that causes an explosion in the village and the locals blame the two for the accident. After the incident, the two men find refuge in a hotel that is run by a wealthy American (Vincent Kartheiser) who wants to extract revenge for the attack on the village. They encounter a number of foreign guests including a wealthy British diplomat (Charles Dance) who has come to study the region. The conflict continues and the war begins. This is a well-made drama that is also the last film by master director Clint Eastwood. It does not suffer from any heavy-handedness, but the film does not have a single good scene. The acting is strong, particularly from Ali Mabieh as the attractive young Pakistani Hindu, Binah Jilani as the feisty Muslim and Vincent Kartheiser as the arrogant and sadistic American. The plot is interesting and the cast of the three leads has some great moments. It does have a strong cinematography by Tony Scott and some beautiful settings in Afghanistan and Afghanistan. Eastwood has a distinctive style that I don't often associate with his films and it is also one of the things that make his films so entertaining. I do not really like Eastwood's style of making a film that has no happy ending but he is a master at making films that have a powerful moral message and this film has a strong moral message. Eastwood's screenplay is very strong. The story is strong and engaging and the film does not suffer from the lack of a conclusion. However, the film is very uneven. The three leads do not have enough screen time together. Also, the screenplay does not have the same sense of rhythm as it should. Overall, it is a very good film that should not be missed by any film fan.
Saturday, 19 Sep 2020 06:08

The missteps of American film makers are painfully evident in this movie, in which a seemingly never-ending "plot" unfolds in a near constant parade of false leads and convenient villains. I am not one who is easily dazzled by a plot. I always expect to find the truth somewhere in it, to be engaged by the moment. But I was taken aback by the entire ordeal. The three lead actresses were as bad as the leads in "Erin Brokovich." They play the two women as sympathetic, but flawed human beings who just happen to have the misfortune to stumble across the remnants of the British government's search for the "tiger" of a legendary terrorist. Both women are besotted by the prospect of a woman (Alicia Silverstone) and her father (Ian Holm) having their wedding. The plot is simply a waste of time and effort, and the characters and their dilemmas are unconvincing. One finds oneself reaching for the armrests and tapping the remote a few times to try to come to terms with the absurdness of the situation, while the film then leaps ahead to the last scene. The plot turns out to be little more than a family vacation to the Caribbean, which the film can be summed up as, "the bad guys are trying to kill Sarah, the good guys are trying to find her." And it's just not credible that a guy who has taken a vow of silence for 15 years and who has just witnessed his mother's death for the first time, would be so anxious to share the grave news with her. All in all, "The Reports on Sarah and Saleem" is a poorly-constructed piece of cinematic garbage.
Thursday, 23 Jul 2020 03:42

In the 1930s, a Muslim-American and a Christian-American meet in the Middle East. They discuss how to avoid being killed by the Nazis. This movie seems to have been taken from the actual events of the time. There are some facts that seem to be taken from the Jewish-American diary, and some are not. I think that the people in this movie are not Jews, but were persecuted because of their religion. They were forced to hide out in a castle, and were taken to the middle east to fight in the war. They were told that if they were killed, they would have to leave the country. Some went through great hardship in that area. The movie talks about how people have their own opinions, and have a different religion. I like the idea that the people were put into a situation to have a different religion than they had. They were in a small village, and everyone was Muslim. They were asked if they would like to be killed, and then they were told they were going to have to leave. I also liked the story that the Jews in the village were left behind, and that they would have to do whatever was necessary to survive. I think this movie was good because it had a good story, and was realistic. It did a good job of showing that people would have to hide out in a castle, and fight in the war. The movie did not show what happened to the Jewish people who were in the area. I thought the acting was good, the characters were interesting, and I liked the scenes that were real. I think this movie was a good drama. I would recommend this movie.
Saturday, 18 Jul 2020 23:03

Although "The Reports on Sarah and Saleem" does not feature a single character who had an affair with her husband, it contains one of the most revealing interviews with two journalists about the affair in their lives. Having witnessed a British reporter's partner sleeping with his mistress, a German journalist (Klaus Engelbrecht) is then left with no other choice than to sit down and have a conversation with the woman. After a somewhat confusing first-hour and then an even more confusing second-hour, the movie finally settles down and does have a point to make. However, this point is made in the first half of the film and does not reach its full potential until the last 20 minutes. The interviewees are mostly women, but also some men, and the interviews are not too long (5-10 minutes). That is a major advantage of this film. Although I do not see why a woman would not want to talk to her own husband, the people who do the interviews are mostly men. The scenes with the women seem to focus more on the relationships with their husbands than the relationships with the men, which is a good thing. As a man, I can understand the women's reluctance to talk to their husbands. However, the men are able to see that it is in their own interests to talk to their wives. However, the women feel that it is more in their interest to have the men talk to them, which makes it more difficult for them to understand the motives of the interviewees. It is also interesting to see how the men react to the question about their wives. They either try to explain away the interviewees' views on their wives or point out that they have wives that are "in the way". I did not see that with any of the women interviewed, but I can see how it would be difficult for them to deal with the concept of being in the way. However, the women's questions are generally more reasonable and less "obscene" than the men's. I am very glad that the interviewees are women and that the interviewees have a point to make. As a woman, I find it very difficult to relate to their experiences and thus I would have liked the film to have been longer. I would have preferred to see the interviewees being interviewed at a later time, but they were not. Although the film is not 100% accurate, it is still a worthwhile documentary and a very good movie.


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