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In Between takes a light yet nuanced approach to dramatizing complex, timely themes, further enriched by outstanding cinematography and powerful performances.
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There are no easy resolutions here, but Hamoud makes clear that these women - troubled though they may be - will stand strong and defiant and together.
Although "In Between" depicts a nation in crisis, it's a crisis that's viewed through the intimate lens of family dinners, where generations struggle over conflicting values.
In Between highlights how difficult it will be to make substantive change in the world's most patriarchal societies.
There's a double meaning to the title of this intriguing and defiantly feminist film out of the Middle East.
An engaging, revelatory slice of life, In Between follows three Palestinian women in Tel Aviv - kind of a Sex and the City and Girls for the Arab set.
[A] sharp, wise and vibrant ode to female independence ...
The trio of women are nothing short of spectacular, but Kanboura (Nur) is a standout.
As an angry, impassioned work of socio-political cinema, In Between is highly commendable and it's safe to say that it's going to take a lot more than a fatwa to stop Maysaloun Hamoud fulfilling the promise of this impressive debut.
In Between (Bar Bahar) will confuse you, entertain you, shock you with its honesty and put you face to face with your own subtle prejudice or misconceptions about life for the women of Israel.
The three women are interesting, rounded - unusual - characters we haven't seen on screen before and In Between is a breath of filmmaking fresh air in the Middle East - a film by a female director with strong female leads.
A trailblazing film that is focused on strong independent women exploring their sexuality, identity, and place in a society run by men who are not ready to abandon old-fashioned traditions.
There is something at once familiar yet groundbreaking about Maysaloun Hamoud's drama.
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