Omar

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Salma

Riveting, heartbreaking, one of my favorites! The scene where Omar falls from the wall and an old man passing by helps him up again will always stay with me.

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Nadia

Distorted film with too much "Rawabi" product placement. .

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kay louise

that was so tragic....are there any more comments?

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Elayne

, all about eve

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kay louise

Are you commenting about the Film All about Eve? I just watched Omar-Palestine, and your comment was listed after that..

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