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Love, Theft and Other Entanglements

Director: Muayad Alayan
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A universal story of an anti-hero and his journey towards redemption, Love, Theft and Other Entanglements is about human beings and how they act under circumstances that are heavy to bear.
The film was selected at 17 of the world's most prestigious festivals.
It world premiered at the Berlin International Film Festival.
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2015/ Palestine90 min/ Drama
Original Title
Al-Hob wa Al-Sariqa wa Mashakel Ukhra
SYNOPSIS
Shot in black and white, the film tells the story of Mousa, a Palestinian car thief who gets into the trouble of his life when he steals the wrong car. What he thought was an Israeli car and an easy way to make money in his impoverished Palestinian refugee camp turns out to be a load of misfortune when he discovers a kidnapped Israeli soldier in the trunk.
CAST
Sami Metwasi
Maya Abu Alhayyat
Ramzi Maqdisi
Riyad Sliman
CREW
Screenwriter: Muayad Alayan
Rami Musa Alayan
DOP: Muayad Alayan
Editor: Sameer Qumsiyeh
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Production Company(ies)
PalCine Productions
Producer(s)
Muayad Alayan
Rami Alayan
film festivals
Berlin International Film Festival, Germany
Seattle International Film Festival, USA
Carthage Film Festival (JCC), Tunisia
Tripoli Film Festival, Lebanon
Dubai International Film Festival (DIFF), UAE
Taipei Film Festival, Taiwan
Galway Film Fleadh, Ireland
Vancouver International Film Festival, Canada
Reel Palestine Festival in Dubai's Alserkal Avenue, UAE
Haifa International Film Festival, Palestine
Silk Road Film Festival, Ireland
Edinburgh International Film Festival, UK
Film Fest Gent, Belgium
Ljubljana International Film Festival (LIFF), Slovenia
Safar Film Festival, UK
Chicago Palestine Film Festival, USA
Arab Film Festival (AFF) in San Francisco, USA
film awards
Best Narrative Award at the Arab Film Festival (AFF) in San Francisco, USA
Quotes
“Beautifully filmed in black and white in a knowing retro style flashing on the Fifties and Sixties, with a bit of French New Wave thrown in.” Deborah Young - The Hollywood Reporter

“Now in Love, Theft and Other Entanglements, the western world is introduced to Palestinian neorealism.” Daniel Engelke - The Upcoming