Where Do We Go Now (in Arabic?)

Rating = B

This film was part of the Portland International Film Festival. It is a variation on the Lysistrata story. In a remote, nearly cutoff village, Christians and Muslims have gotten along over the ages. However, fighting between Christians and Muslims in the rest of the country repeatedly stirs the men of the two sects in the village up against each other. The women of both sects work together to prevent the men from going to war with each other. Their actions are highly contrived, but still funny. Especially funny is the chat between the women.

[2012-02-11, Whitsell Theater, Portland Art Museum, Portland, OR]