Director Suha Arraf is an Arab who considers herself Palestinian, like 20% of Israel's citizens. She pays Israeli taxes, and carries an Israeli identity card. Her directorial debut, "Villa Touma,"…
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The idea of a film without a country makes an excellent statement about the Israeli-Palestinian disaster — it's a pity the concept is considerably more powerful than the movie at hand. Suha Arraf…
Suha Arraf's "Villa Touma," which screens in Venice Critics' Week, has arrived in Italy carrying the baggage of a major Israeli controversy. The film, a melodrama set in Ramallah during the early…