The Never-ending Story between Arabs and Jews gets another wryly humorous workout, marbled with personal sadness and mystification, in The Time That Remains, Palestinian Elia Suleiman's third leg of his long-in-the works trilogy on his people's place in the modern state of Israel. Inspired by his father's diaries, and the writer-helmer's own memories, vignettish pic is both more rigorously fashioned and a lighter sit than Chronicle of a Disappearance (1996) or Divine Intervention (2002), coming close at times to fringe theater, with Suleiman almost an outside observer...

Duration
1 min 46 sec

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11,171

Posted On
January 31, 2011
Director
Elia Suleiman

Writer
Elia Suleiman

Studio
IFC Films

Release
January 7, 2011
Cast
Elia Suleiman
Saleh Bakri
Samar Qudha Tanus
Shafika Bajjali
Tarek Qubti
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