"The nomination of Eyes of a Thief to the Oscars is about getting a Palestinian narrative reflecting the human story of a sensitive subject at the core of [the] Palestinian/Israeli conflict out there," [Najwa] Najjar told The Hollywood Reporter, also highlighting the "incredible difficulties in making a film shot completely in the Palestinian Territories."
…Najjar said that getting the permission for Abol Naga to get into the West Bank proved to be one of the biggest challenges and that she only found out he could cross the border from Jordan days before production began. “We really didn’t know if he would make it,” she said, adding that there were daily military incursions by Israel into the city of Nablus, where much of the shoot took place.
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TEACH ME YOUR WAYS
Give up all responsibility and loyalty except to yourself and your bed/sofa/whatever you sleep on.
You see more of Dublin in the reflection of the window than you do of them - John Carney, director
to the people who have followed me lately that I did not greet
I SLEPT FOR 13 HOURS.
I FEEL LIKE I CAN DO ANYTHING.
Rose Tyler | Season Two
Have you nothing to say in your defense?
Hello, 911? *twirls phone cord around finger* sooooo how was your day? Did you arrest any bad guys?…No you hang up first! Hello? 911?