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GO WITH PEACE JAMIL

by Omar Shargawi

synopsis

An Arabic tale in Europe about ancient religious hatred, a hatred based on 1400 years of bloodshed between two Muslim factions. A story about love, punishment, guilt and redemption and about being responsible for one's own actions and choosing between vengeance and peace. Jamil stands in the middle. He is fighting the war of his life – a war within himself.

international title: Go With Peace Jamil
original title: Ma Salama Jamil
country: Denmark
year: 2008
genre: fiction
directed by: Omar Shargawi
screenplay: Omar Shargawi, Mogens Rukov, Omar Shargawi, Mogens Rukov
cast: Dar Salim, Salah el Koussa, Munir Shargawi, Fouad Ghazali
cinematography by: Aske Alexander Foss
film editing: Henrik Vincent Thiesen, Per Sandholt, Anders Refn
art director: Thomas Bremer
music: Anders Christensen, Lasse Mosegaard Jensen
producer: Meta Louise Foldager
production: Zentropa Entertainments
backing: New Danish Screen TV 1000 (DK), Film i Väst, Nordic Film & TV Fund (SE)
distributor: Nordisk Film Distribution
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