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Ver The Reports on Sarah and Saleem

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...

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

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Genres Crime, Romance, Drama, War, Mystery
Director Muayad Alayan
Writer Rami Musa Alayan
Stars Ishai Golan, Maisa Abd Elhadi, Mohammad Eid, Kamel El Basha
Country Netherlands, Germany, Palestine, Mexico
Also Known As O Caso de Sarah e Saleem, Απαγορευμένες συναντήσεις, Sarah & Saleem - Là dove nulla è possibile, Os Relatórios sobre Sarah e Saleem, Der Fall Sarah & Saleem, サラとサリームに関する報告書, Sarah és Salim viszonya, Los informes sobre Sarah y Saleem, El affaire de Sarah y Saleem, El Affaire de Sarah y Saleem
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.

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Saturday, 23 May 2020 05:25

I really enjoyed the movie "The Reports on Sarah and Saleem" and was really taken back by how brave her decision was to leave her husband of three years, her father-in-law and all those who depended on her. I loved how he tried to tell her he loved her and how she's accepting and brave about this and all the people she left behind. My favorite scene was when Sarah and Fataara met for the first time and just the time they met the eyes were as close as their were at the time of their first meeting. They were so close and her eyes just looked right at him. That's what I liked about the movie. I really thought that the father-in-law could be a very good man and a good husband. When Sarah first visits him in the hospital he's very much in love with her and wants her to marry him but she says she's willing to wait for Fataara because he's married now. They talk for a while and then he says that he loves her and that she can wait for Fataara because he has a child of his own. That was really powerful to me because that's how loving and accepting Fataara is and how kind and gentle he is. I think that was probably my favorite scene in the movie because it really made me think about what I think should be done in that situation. It was really touching. I think that that was the greatest scene in the movie because it showed how amazing he is in everything he does. I didn't expect this from him. I think that his strength, his strength of love and kindness and good nature really made me feel really good. That was really touching to me. But all the other scenes were also really good. For example the scene where Sarah first saw Fataara and what he said to her was very moving and moving to me. It really made me think about how lucky I am to have such a wonderful man and how lucky I am to have such a wonderful woman. I love how they have such a connection because she loves Fataara but he doesn't know that she loves him. It's really great to see how they become so close and how he finds out about her and how he really loves her and so loving and then she gets so very much close to him. That was really good. When Fataara dies it's such a devastating scene because he left everything he knew about her to Sarah and that was so sad. I really wanted to know how Sarah came to find out that he had died but it was a really sad ending. I really wanted to see how she was going to deal with all the sadness. I thought that the actor that played the priest was very good in the part. He did a really good job. I thought he was very caring and how he saw Sarah was very caring and caring. The other actors in the movie were also good and I really liked the way the story was told. The movie was really good. I think it was very well done and I really enjoyed it and I would recommend it to everyone.
Thursday, 21 May 2020 02:24

The Past/Present/Future trilogy of Tony Scott (Donnie Darko, The Life and Death of Peter Sellers) follows the same guidelines of the likes of The Sixth Sense, Sunshine and 12 Monkeys, and then has the strength of Thelma and Louise to make it look fresh and new (and sure to interest its target audience). It has a dash of The Bonfire of the Vanities thrown in, but at the same time is a cut above the rest and plays like a report to the time travel of the three films. The best element to the trilogy is clearly the performances of Damon, Damon, and Giamatti. The trio of Michael Caine, Joe Pesci and Catherine Zeta-Jones play its protagonists in a manner that lets them flourish, in a way that every character here has been written with. There is no way that this could have been done in previous times and the chemistry is very real and shows that all three actors are capable of more. We feel that they all are watching each other's back and in some cases even influencing each other. The film does have a few flaws as well. The pacing is a little off (although I understand that this was pre-production). The absence of flashbacks of certain scenes can lead to a bit of a moment where the pace drops a little. I did not care for this latter problem as well. There is also the terrible "running through walls" scene at the end of the film where we don't really care what is happening to anyone. But these are relatively minor problems as this film is quite special and I think that the potential is strong enough to be remembered for years to come.
Wednesday, 29 Apr 2020 04:16

Remember when you were a kid and you loved Richard Curtis' and Joel Schumacher's 'The Hudsucker Proxy'? 'The Hudsucker Proxy' was perfect. It was shocking, over-the-top, crazy and captivating. It was the most perfect movie of the 90s. Then came 'The Sessions', and the title remained synonymous with that one year. The Hudsucker Proxy was pretty damn good, but it wasn't nearly as good as 'The Sessions'. It was a little too long. It was a little too dark. It had a totally unnecessary love subplot. The plot started to get a little repetitive, a little too much drama. I felt like the two years just flew by. That's because the first movie, at least, is a true classic. In this sequel, it is just a solid, solid movie. This one is as good as it could possibly be. If it wasn't for its excessive length, this movie would be one of the best movies of the 90s. But this movie was too long. This is the best movie of the 90s. I loved the cinematography in this movie. Everything was so well shot. The scene in the grocery store was one of the most emotional scenes I've ever seen in a movie. I saw this movie once, and that was the best one time experience I had watching a movie. This movie could have been about 15-minutes shorter, but it was the last five minutes of the movie that were so good, that the movie was brilliant. It was all over the place. The ending was brilliant. That was brilliant. I loved the two subplots that was going on. One was about Sarah and the short kid. The other one was about Sarah's dad. The other was about Sarah's mom. All of them were brilliant, except the last one. I could've enjoyed this movie a whole lot more if it was a little shorter. The moment I started to dislike the movie was when the doctor and the guy were saying that they were going to shoot the kid and make him a killer. That would have been such a good dramatic scene, I don't know what happened. All of the main characters should have been called out, in some way, for murdering this kid. The movie could have ended with them being interviewed by the media. That's when I started to dislike this movie. The people that were in it were all brilliant. The father was perfect, and it was good to see him. I loved the relationship between Sarah and her father. It was a very solid plot that could've ended with more drama, but it ended without that. I thought that the subplots in this movie were wonderful. The character of Tim, and the one of John Deere, were so good. The two of them had great chemistry. I thought that this movie was just fine. This movie is amazing. It's one of the best movies I've ever seen. 8/10. The Sessions - Rating: 3.5/5.8/10.
Thursday, 02 Apr 2020 17:11

I'm going to preface my review by saying that this movie was very different from what I expected and that I am not an American or a fan of the Israeli state. For the uninitiated, the title of the movie (Stripped) is not the Arabic word for strip of cloth or skin. It is a more accurate term that is used in Arabic when referring to the kind of striptease film that some Arabs consider degrading and were appalled at the fact that the film was shown in the United States. It is to be distinguished from the traditional act of zawa, also known as ziwir and found in most parts of Arab-majority countries. As a result, a significant percentage of non-Arab Muslim populations in the United States regard the film's exploitation of this common act as disgraceful. I am not implying that this film is responsible for this disgust. My point is that this film is the only thing which might be considered as being based on true events. I am saying that the narrative about the visit of the Sultan to Sarah was the only part which might have come close to being accurate and instead portrayed as a particularly false report. This film is not about the blind veneration of a monarch who ruled Egypt for almost a decade and was present at all the major battles during the Crusades and was deposed, thrown from his throne, forced to surrender and was murdered in 1346. I am not even saying that the Sultan's execution is even the focus of the film. This is simply the story of a man who was (and is) presented as a unique person and is often presented as a religious figure. This film would have been better for me to say that his reign as Sultan is a representation of Muhammad, but I am no expert in Islamic history and the fact that he was not one of the great figures of the ancient world is not a strong point for me. The story itself is much more interesting. We are introduced to the cultural tensions of the time in an age of political changes in the Middle East and the resulting lack of culture in these cultures. We are also introduced to the story of an idealized Sultan, a fictional figure who is not a person who really existed. As a result of the racial, religious and cultural divide in the society, the Sultan is treated with a sort of reverence that is completely unwarranted. The Sultan has no power or influence in the daily life of the people of Egypt, but as a God-fearing Muslim, he is completely alienated from the people of Egypt. The Sultan's family had been put on trial and had been brought before him and not as subjects of a legal system, but as criminals. The fact that he had been portrayed as the savior of Egypt, is a bit like the Aztec God of the Underworld who "raised" the Nile Valley and who is the ruler of the Underworld (an example that goes back many thousands of years) is depicted as being the patron of humanity. The Sultan is treated in a manner which is completely alien to that of a God-fearing Muslim. There is no reason for this treatment to be enacted. It's as if the director was simply toying with the audience and saying "just this once we will show the world what Islam looked like on the outside, and what it was like on the inside." I thought that this was the result of his interpretation of Islam, and I think that the presentation was wrong. The portrayal of the Sultan as the "godfather" of the Christians of Egypt was simply wrong. I thought that this was one of the stronger aspects of the film. The religious freedom which is part of the claim of Islam and which is only slightly violated is an unfortunate side-effect of a system that is one of the most repressive in the world. I think that this is the best
Thursday, 02 Apr 2020 12:18

I've read the comments and the reviews that criticize the fact that the film is 100% true. They claim the violence and graphic scenes of the real Sarah are only a form of self-indulgence and the fact that it is not true of Sarah or Saleem, but you can't forget that this is the most important part of the story and that the story should have been told in that way. I don't know if the part is true, but I've read the comments about it, so I think they're all true. The key points in the film are: 1) how Saleem was punished for the murder of his wife 2) how Sarah was punished for adultery 3) how Sarah became a prostitute 4) how the court punished Sarah for adultery 5) how Sarah's daughter was punished for adultery. The three pictures are actually very important in the movie: 1) how Sarah came to be a prostitute, 2) how the court punished Sarah for adultery 3) how Sarah became a prostitute. In the film the court has very much allowed the extreme of human nature. It condemns Sarah for adultery. It also condemns Sarah for that too, but it also tells her that the court punished her for adultery. The films shows what happens to the whole society in Iraq. It shows that the war is so terrible and brutal that one will not know what it is like in the real life. Because it's portrayed as a horrible war, everyone will look like a human being. This is how you can look upon the atrocities of war. You look like a human being and you'll do something about it. This is how I look upon the film: When I see the film, I'm very much like an animal in a zoo: I don't know what's going on, but I'm sure it's bad. I don't know if I want to go to school or what I'm supposed to do. I don't know if I should go to school or what I'm supposed to do. I don't know what I should do, but I'm sure it's bad. The film is a very, very good movie, and I think that's a good point of view. It's not to say that all Arabs or Muslims are like this, but to say that the film shows the problem of war. You can see that the film is very good, but the whole idea is to show the difference between Arabs and Muslims. And as to the Muslims, it's not only war, but also shame, and so on.
Thursday, 02 Apr 2020 07:21

I just finished watching this and I have to say I liked it! As a film, I think it's great and that's being generous because the reviews are so divided. The film, 'The Reports on Sarah and Saleem', has always been popular and one that I have enjoyed myself in the past. There are many good reviews here but I really don't think the film is quite the same. It's quite different from what it's made out to be, and sometimes that bothers me. The first half of the film is set in a medieval setting, for a start, although that's probably where it started as it's a pretty typical medieval film. The film is still good though and while it could have been a bit better, it's still pretty good. It's told from the point of view of a very young (14 at the time of filming) young girl named Sarah, who is constantly being held in a physical and mental vacuum. She is told of an amazing family, and when she leaves, she is told to meet them again in six months time. I have to say that I thought that the reason that it was filmed that way was because the director felt that the whole film should be seen from her point of view. It's all about her. When she goes to the prison, and the film cuts to a different scene. The director's decision to change it shows just how much this film wants to be about Sarah. In some ways, I think it's a bit pointless. It's true that the film doesn't really have a point and it's also true that it doesn't really get a point because everything is set in one situation. There's a scene in the film where Sarah is eating with her parents where she has to make a choice about what to eat. One of the problems I have with it is that you do get the feeling that something should happen to her and that she is in a very vulnerable position. I think that the film works best if you look at it from Sarah's point of view, not because you're so familiar with her that you can see what she's feeling and then you change your point of view and you're on her side. I think there were some parts where I wasn't really sure what she was thinking and that can be a little annoying. It's not a bad film, it's just that some people probably won't get it because they're used to the way it's shown and the way that it's portrayed. I certainly wasn't so I can't recommend this to anyone. I think it's still good but I think it's a bit better than it's made out to be. It's worth seeing if you like this style of film but it's certainly not a great film. It's a film that's good if you're not used to it, but I'd recommend you not to watch it unless you're a fan of the style of film. 8/10

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