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  •  READER COMMENTS

    Reader comments on The Syrian Bride

    Subject: What was the direcotor telling us
    Date: Jan 15, 2007
    Sender: David FishmanPrevious | Next

    I believe that from the words of the photogrpher comes the message of the film...like a watermellon, you dont know what your getting until you open it up. Until Israel and Syrian open up, neither will know what they are getting or missing or creating with this stand off situation. Mona has no idea what she is getting and because of the politics, she is put into this stand off situation. So she makes a bold move forward and we dont know how it comes out.

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    Comment index:

  • Availabilty of the video or dvd of the film   from Lesley M, Aug 7, 2005
  • exellent   from Nela, Sep 1, 2005
  • AWESOME performance by Hiam   from Hann, Dec 14, 2005
  • Syrian Bride   from Afsheen, Feb 5, 2006
  • Re: Syrian Bride   from Vistasp Hodiwala, Dec 15, 2006
  • Re: Syrian Bride   from sjole, Mar 4, 2007
  • multi layered movie   from lee, Sep 19, 2006
  • Good job   from mirna, Dec 13, 2006
  • » What was the direcotor telling us «   from David Fishman, Jan 15, 2007
  • the ending   from david, Jan 30, 2009
  • Availabilty of the video or dvd of the film   from Lesley M, Aug 7, 2005
  • exellent   from Nela, Sep 1, 2005
  • AWESOME performance by Hiam   from Hann, Dec 14, 2005
  • Syrian Bride   from Afsheen, Feb 5, 2006
  • Re: Syrian Bride   from Vistasp Hodiwala, Dec 15, 2006
  • Re: Syrian Bride   from sjole, Mar 4, 2007
  • multi layered movie   from lee, Sep 19, 2006
  • Good job   from mirna, Dec 13, 2006
  • » What was the direcotor telling us «   from David Fishman, Jan 15, 2007
  • the ending   from david, Jan 30, 2009