Inescapable

Inescapable

DVD - 2013
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It is late January, 2011. The Tunisian government has just fallen and protests are building in Cairo. Adib Abdel Kareem, a Syrian expatriate, has made a successful, new life for himself in Canada. When his daughter, Muna, goes missing in Damascus, he must return to his homeland for the first time in two decades to find her, and calls on Fatima, a former love he had to leave behind, to help him.
Publisher: [United States] : Alliance Films Inc., 2013
Branch Call Number: DVD Drama / Inesc 3558
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (93 min.) :,sd., col. ;,12 cm., in container

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jimg2000
Dec 05, 2015

Watched this awhile back and recalled a cloak and dagger plot mashed in a missing Canadian citizen in Damascus. Some interesting moments on the Syria's politics and nepotism decades ago to the present. However, the events seemed to be read by actors and not shown to viewers. The ending was incidentally and ... "O, Okay then."

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tj_is_cool
Dec 04, 2015

Skip it. Many parts of the movie do not make sense. Marisa's character in the movie is redundant. The daughter's actions are naive and stupid.

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JackPurcell
Apr 26, 2015

Not a bad movie considering what it was.

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burmal
Jul 15, 2014

The main character was well acted and along with good supporting actors, created a suspenseful story amid the political intrigue of the Middle East.

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jimg2000
Dec 05, 2015

Sayid: A foreign photographer talking to a student activist... taking photos. When our people discovered who her father was, the Prophet himself couldn't have convinced them she wasn't a spy.

FatimaL Why do Arab men do that? Marry the first blonde woman that they meet in the West?
Adib: She's a brunette.

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