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The humor in Holy Air is inseparable from its poignancy, and every element of the film expresses that interconnection, from the performances to the spirited, melancholy-laced score by Habib Shehadeh Hanna.
As a wry commentary on religious tourism, and the limited avenues of prosperity for occupied, idealistic Arabs, "Holy Air" is tartly effective.
With a masterful sense of framing, Srour and cinematographer Daniel Miller turn beautifully composed shots into absurdist delights with a simple twist.
Holy Air is an engaging and charming comedy with dramatic overtones and it isn't quite like anything you've seen before.
A sly satire of consumerism and faith - which in this case has a major overlap - that isn't afraid of melancholic contemplation and complication
Obvious satire about the commercialization of religion can carry the movie so far, and the most interesting thing about Holy Air becomes its depiction of the lives of Arab Christians living in Israel's West Bank.
Holy Air provides a vivid snapshot of modern life in an ancient city.
I loved watching Holy Air because it's different. Srour takes values we share as human beings like love, family, and duty and then places in a different context like any good comedy should do.
Holy Air is flawed, but on balance it's a winner.
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