When I Saw You by Annemarie Jacir (Jordan/Palestine, 2012, 96 min.). Jordan, 1967. In the chaos of war, Tarek and his mother must adjust to life in a refugee camp. Longing to be reunited with his father, Tarek’s free spirit and curious nature lead him to a group of idealist fighters. But Tarek moves beyond them and politics and just wants to get back home on ajourney full of adventure, love, humor, and the desire to be free. “Cinematic poetry…beautiful, groundbreaking and deeply, deeply moving,” The Huffington Post.
Co-presented by The Boston Palestine Film Festival.
“Cinematic poetry…” – The Huffington Post