Bonboné: A Palestinian Love Story

Love faces a lot of obstacles, but it often finds a way. Bonboné tells the story of two lovers who come up with an unconventional way to have a child when the husband is imprisoned in an Israeli jail. Without giving too much away, this film probably isn't for children, but let's just say the proof is in the pudding. It was awarded Best Film in the Short Films competition at the Moscow Film Festival and was nominated for Best Muhr Short Film Award at the Dubai International Film Festival. Front...

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