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BFI London Film Festival Review: Villa Touma (2014)

Villa Touma marks the directorial debut of Suha Arraf, and she brings to the screen an entertaining and somewhat surprising story of love, loss, regret and forgiveness set in Ramallah. Advertisements

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Review: Flipped (2010)

Coming of age is a genre in film rarely done justice, but Rob Reiner, director of Stand By Me and When Harry Met Sally, puts his familiarity with the genre to good use in his 2010 romantic comedy film Flipped.

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