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Let It Be Morning

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Starring a talented all-Arab cast, Eran Kolirin’s subtle satire, Let It Be Morning, unfolds in a remote Israeli Arab village before and after a wedding. Based on a novel by Sayed Kashua, it draws a portrait of the current Arab condition in Israel.

It will be presented today at the Toronto Jewish Film Festival, which runs until June 26.

Sami (Alex Bakri), a high-tech executive, leaves his home in Jerusalem to attend his........

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