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Feels more like a game of cards with a stacked deck than a story that demanded to be told.
The movie lands on the tantalizing suggestion that while being an outcast can lead to anger and frustration, those same emotions can also be a source of pride.
While it's a novelty to see a film with a protagonist played by a non-professional actor who actually still lives in a leper colony, this isn't enough to make this tonally wobbly road movie feel like it can live up to the expectations...
A sweet, solid first feature marbled with genuinely touching moments that make up for times when the siren call of sentimentality becomes a little too loud.
In this case, I was effortlessly won over.
The acts of the trip that, when put together, form the film are very well paced, with just about the right dosage of pain and humour to keep it balanced
The movie proves the adage that success is 90 percent casting.
Sweet but slight.
Yomeddine... gives us a true story, the one that we need to be reminded of every now and then.
A.B. Shawky's directorial debut is loveable yet plodding and not always sure-footed.
The way everything just "works out" in the end for the characters on the strength of just their pluck and perseverance makes the film secretly more conservative than it thinks it is.
The film does not know how to build its characters and is limited to showing misery... [Full review in Spanish]
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