The Attack (2012) Rated R

the attackAn Arab surgeon discovers that his wife not only died in a suicide bombing but that she may have been a part of it. Starring Ali Suliman, Reymonde Amsallem, Evgenia Dodina

This film brings out the troubling Israeli-Palestinian relationship. The film doesn’t take any sides in the situation but it is extremely well written and acted as the surgeon goes on the hunt of who his wife really was. Throughout the film, I was terrified that it’ll go even darker because of how much questions and who the doctor was questioning, that I feared for his life as well. The Attack brings out questions to, do you really know your loved ones and what goes into the minds of extremist. The thing that left my brain reeling after this film is the phone call. My bet is that the surgeon would always regret that phone call. It’ll haunt him for the rest of his life. I really felt for him throughout the film.  You can’t miss this film. The Attack should be on your list to watch.



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