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David & Kamal
Running Time: 78 minutes
Language: Hebrew with English Subtitles
Venue: Playhouse Theater
Cast: Yoni Rozenchvieg, Abdalla El Hakel, Zach Cohen, Natan Ravitch, Liron Levo
Showtime: Saturday, April 09, 2011 @ 03:40 PM
Director: Kikuo Kawasaki
Description: "David and Kamal" is a story about two 9-year-old boys who grow up in different surroundings.
David, a Jewish American, comes over to Jerusalem to meet his father that he has not seen for many years. His parents are divorced, and he lives with his mother in America.
Kamal, an Arab boy, lives in an Arab district in Jerusalem with his mother, sisters and very strict grandfather. He and his grandfather have to support the family because they have no father.
The day after his arrival, David comes to the Old City and accidentally meets Kamal in the worst possible way. Kamal steals David’s porch full of old coins that David has been collecting. David chases after Kamal to get back his coins, but he loses sight of him. When he is trudging down an alley, a teenage Arab gang spots him and picks a quarrel with him. David starts running from them like hell but they pursue him. It is Kamal that saves David from this crisis.
Attending: Kikuo Kawasaki
Sponsored by the Israeli Consulate in San Francisco
Screening with: Waterdrop
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