|The Body 2001 PG-13, 100 min.|
Genre: Drama / Thriller / Romance
Director: Jonas McCord
Cast: Antonio Banderas, Olivia Williams, John Shrapnel, Derek Jacobi, Jason Flemyng, John Wood, Makram Khoury, Vernon Dobtcheff, Ian McNeice, Mohammed Bakri, Lillian Lux, Yoav Dekelbaum, Sami Samir, Jordan Licht, Livor Goldstein
When Israeli archaeologist Sharon Golban (Olivia Williams) finds a crucified body from the First Century A.D., the Vatican sends a New Testament researcher, Father Matt Gutierrez (Antonio Banderas) to Jerusalem to investigate. Could it be the body of Christ? Tensions mount, and trouble spreads in the aftermath.
|Death Before Dishonor 1987 PG-13, 95 min.|
Genre: Action / Drama
Director: Terry Leonard
Cast: Fred Dryer, Brian Keith, Joanna Pacula, Paul Winfield, Kasey Walker, Rockne Tarkington, Joseph Gian, Sasha Mitchell, Peter Parros, Dan Chodos, Chaim Girafi, Tuvia Tavi, Mohammed Bakri, Yossi Werzansky, Katya Bishoff
U.S.M.C. Gunnery Sergeant Burns (Fred Dryer) is stationed at an American Embassy in the Middle East. After a terrorist group attacks the compound and takes hostages, Burns ignores orders and works as a one-man army to rescue the hostages. Good stunts.
|Hanna K. 1983 R, 105 min.|
Genre: Foreign / Drama
Cast: Jill Clayburgh, Jean Yanne, Gabriel Byrne, Mohammed Bakri, David Clennon, Shimon Finkel, Oded Kotler, Michal Bat-Adam
A Jewish-American lawyer, Hanna Kaufman (Jill Clayburgh), lives in Tel Aviv where she opts for a relationship with a Zionist, Joshua Herzog (Gabriel Byrne), instead of Palestinian activist Selim Bakri (Mohammad Bakri) in this controversial pro-Palestinian film.
|1. The Body (2001)|
2. Death Before Dishonor (1987)
3. Double Edge (1992)
4. Hanna K. (1983)
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