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Atmosphere can't compensate for the enormous black hole at the center.
A sober, intelligently made drama.
Inert Canadian-French drama attempts to explore the motivation behind a suicide bombing.
Inch'Allah, filmed in Jordan and the West Bank, undercuts formidable graphic textures with a shallow would-be heroine.
Barbeau-Lavalette builds a persuasive sensory immediacy in "Inch'Allah," even as her story grows increasingly contrived.
However beautiful, a blank slate is, finally, just that.
The director stated she did not intend to make a political film. It shows.
This beautifully and cunningly crafted motion picture is long overdue.
Inch'Allah is a powerful tale that loses its way in the final act, but while it damages the movie it can't lessen all that came before. It also can't lessen our awareness of the very sad reality.
Multi-layered, eloquently crafted, and both heartfelt and harrowing, Inch'Allah might also be described as the most extraordinarily powerful horror movie this year. And in its own politically and by extension narratively subversive way.
Understated, psychologically disturbing and complex with haunting images.
The striking story of a Western doctor in Palestine and her long, hard path to the realization that all of her good intentions can barely begin to counter the tidal wave of history she has chosen to surf.
Adopting a naturalistic approach to depict the difficult reality of that place, this solid drama is complex enough to be worth checking out, centered on a woman who gets voluntarily caught up in a war that is not hers and driven by tragic circumstances to a drastic decision.
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