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RANA'S WEDDING

by Hany Abu-Assad

synopsis

Rana's Wedding follows one day in the life of a young Palestinian woman in Jerusalem. With this subdued love tragedy, the Palestinian director wants to show that the daily threat in the Israeli-occupied territories is often more common than everyday things like love and marriage.

international title: Rana's Wedding
original title: Al qods fee yom akhar
country: Palestine, Netherlands, United Arab Emirates
year: 2002
genre: fiction
directed by: Hany Abu-Assad
film run: 90'
release date: FR 01/01/2003, NL 12/12/2002
screenplay: Ihab Lamey, Liana Badr
cast: Georgina Asfour, Ismael Dabbag, Zuher Fahoum, Clara Khoury, Khalifa Nafour
cinematography by: Brigit Hillenius
film editing: Denise Janzée
music: Bashar Abd' Rabbou, Mariecke van der Linden
producer: Bero Beyer
production: Augustus Film
distributor: Filmmuseum Distributie, Ciné Classic (NL)
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