Syrian Bride, The

Eran Riklis
Mona’s wedding day is the saddest day of her life. She knows that once she crosses the border between Israel and Syria to get married, she will never be allowed back to her beloved family in the Golan Heights, occupied by Israel since 1967. Once you cross the border there is no way back and at the end of a long day, the family, the government and military officials and all those gathered on both sides of the border find themselves facing an uncertain future, trapped in No-Man’s land between Israel and Syria.Awards:Winner 2004 Montreal World Film Festival; FIPRESCI Prize Winner 2004 Montreal World Film Festival; Grand Prix des Amériques Winner 2004 Montreal World Film Festival; People’s Choice Award Winner 2004 Montreal World Film Festival; Prize of the Ecumenical Jury Winner 2004 Locarno International Film Festival; Audience Award Winner 2004 Flanders International Film Festival; Audience Award Winner 2004 Flanders International Film Festival; Best Screenplay

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