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When her young nephew hears a sermon in Cairo encouraging religious war, Nadia Kamel, long-time assistant to the legendary Egyptian filmmaker Youssef Chahine, takes it upon herself to acquaint him with the history of his maternal grandmother Maria (Naela). Incorporating footage of visits by Maria and her husband to relatives in Italy, Israel, and Palestine, this documentary tells the story of a remarkable woman who is part Jewish, part Christian, part Muslim—and all at once a feminist, a communist, an Italian and an Arab. Her history poignantly reveals the tensions and disfigurements brought about in a culture forced to accommodate the arbitrary boundaries of politics. A tale of humanity, tolerance, and diversity.
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Directors: Nadia Kamel

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Orginal Title: Salata Baladi

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Length: 104 min

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An Egyptian Salad Screening:

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    at Birkbeck Cinema

    15 May 2011 6:00 pm

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