Critic Reviews for Wajib
Wajib gives an unfussily illuminating snapshot of modern-day Nazareth, where a majority Arab population - most seen here are Christian - has found ways to get along under the fiddly, capricious restrictions of the Israeli state.
An intimate, well-played disquisition on what it means to be a Palestinian abroad versus a Palestinian at home.
Wajib has its political and social background, but it can also be seen as the intimate nexus between two beings to whom distance... has distanced them. [Full review in Spanish]
The director never intended to only have a summary of their lives, but rather an elegant and genuine story. [Full Review in Spanish]
It is an example of the skillful handling of the narration on the part of [director] Annemarie Jacir, maintaining a certain balance between her most intimate speech and the most political or generalized... [Full review in Spanish]
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