- 1. Christ has risen from the dead
- 2. Trampling down death by death
- 3. And upon those in the tombs
- 4. Bestowing life
- 5. Christ has risen from the dead
- 6. Trampling down death by death
- 7. And upon those in the tombs
- 8. Bestowing life
- 9. May God arise and His enemies scatter
- 10. May His foes flee before Him
- 11. Christ has risen from the dead
- 12. Trampling down death by death
- 13. And upon those in the tombs
- 14. Bestowing life
- 15. This is the day
that the Lord has made
- 16. Let us rejoice and be glad in it
- 17. Christ has risen from the dead
- 18. Trampling down death by death
- 19. And upon those in the tombs
- 20. Bestowing life
- 21. Lift up your heads, O ye gates
- 22. And be ye lift up,
ye everlasting doors
- 23. And the King of glory shall come in
- 24. Lift up your heads, O ye gates
- 25. And be ye lift up, ye everlasting doors
- 26. And the King of glory shall come in
- 27. Open the door.
- 28. Father, even if God comes down,
we won't open.
- 29. I said, open the door.
- 30. We won't open,
- 31. even if the sky falls.
- 32. Open the door before I grab you
and finish you off.
- 33. I will smash your bottle
over both your heads.
- 34. Open the door!
- 35. His Holiness doesn't get it.
- 36. Father, you have your head
in the clouds.
- 37. I'll tell you what, Father,
- 38. how about you take off
and come back later?
- 39. We might open then.
- 40. Forgive me Lord.
- 41. Have mercy, Father!
- 42. Christ has risen from the dead
- 43. Trampling down death by death
- 44. And upon those in the tombs
- 45. Bestowing life
- 46. Christ has risen from the dead
- 47. Trampling down death by death
- 48. And upon those in the tombs
- 49. Bestowing life
- 50. Christ has risen from the dead
- 51. Trampling down death by death
- 52. And upon those in the tombs
- 53. Bestowing life
- 54. Neighbor, don't think I'm stealing.
- 55. I usually knock on the door
- 56. I did knock, but no one was there.
- 57. Our sister says the food is sour.
- 58. Sour?
- 59. What do you mean by sour?
- 60. I'm not sure, but it tastes acidic.
- 61. I'm sorry you don't like it.
- 62. But that acidity comes
from the wine sauce.
- 63. It's how it should taste.
- 64. What did you say?
- 65. Did you say wine?
- 66. Yes, wine.
- 67. White.
- 68. So you are telling us
our sister was downing alcohol
- 69. without us knowing?
- 70. It wasn't exactly your sister
- 71. but the chicken
who downed the alcohol.
- 72. That's how it is then!
- 73. You're going to pay for this.
- 74. Are you aware of that?
- 75. I'm to blame, I'm very sorry.
- 76. I should have warned you.
- 77. These two glasses
are on the house.
- 78. And we'll top them up.
- 79. Neighbor,
- 80. it's time this lemon tree got pruned.
- 81. You'll see, after I do it,
the lemons will be this big.
- 82. Neighbor!
- 83. Neighbor!
- 84. Neighbor
- 85. Neighbor...
- 86. The other day,
I had an urge to go hunting.
- 87. As I was lurking for boars,
- 88. I look up
- 89. and see a large eagle,
- 90. its wings spread, each 2 meters long,
- 91. whirling around,
as if looking for something.
- 92. I look closer
And what do I see?
- 93. A giant snake coiled up.
- 94. Suddenly,
the eagle brings its wings in
- 95. and swoops down on it,
like a rocket.
- 96. Before it grabs the snake,
I put a bullet in it,
- 97. it drops dead next to it.
- 98. The snake lifts its head,
- 99. stares at me, then at the eagle,
- 100. then back at me,
- 101. lifts its head up,
does like this to me
- 102. and slides away.
- 103. A few days later,
I was sitting home bored.
- 104. I told my wife I was going out.
- 105. I took my rifle and went hunting.
- 106. The sun set,
- 107. it started to get chilly.
- 108. I had a dozen partridges
hanging from my waist.
- 109. I said to myself: Let's go home.
- 110. I get to my Jeep
and find it slanted like that.
- 111. The rear tire completely flat.
- 112. Then, I hear a noise
in the bushes.
- 113. I point my rifle,
- 114. thinking it's a hyena
coming out to eat me.
- 115. Let's get it before it gets me.
- 116. I had only one bullet left.
- 117. I point my rifle
and right before pulling the trigger,
- 118. who do I see?
- 119. The snake.
- 120. That same snake.
- 121. It comes towards me,
- 122. my gun still pointed at it,
- 123. passes by me,
- 124. and goes straight for the flat tire.
- 125. It opens its mouth
and puts it around the valve.
- 126. It breathes in and out into the tire.
- 127. Inhale and exhale.
- 128. It blew into it
until it became hard as a rock.
- 129. Then, it looked at me,
lifted its neck,
- 130. did like this to me
- 131. and slid away.
- 132. Neighbor,
- 133. now I'll go home, make a barbecue,
- 134. with a few glasses of Arak.
- 135. Come join me, neighbor,
you're most welcome.
- 136. You, come over!
- 137. Piss off.
- 138. Neighbor...
- 139. I've never pissed this much
in my life.
- 140. I cannot stop.
- 141. - Thief.
- Trained by you.
- 142. - Piece of shit.
- Your shit.
- 143. - Filthy.
- Your filth.
- 144. - Drunkard.
- Just like you.
- 145. - Thug.
- Your upbringing.
- 146. - Rotten.
- Your stink.
- 147. - Scumbag.
- Your scum.
- 148. Welcome.
- 149. Welcome to Paris.
- 150. - Welcome.
- Thank you
- 151. - Goodbye
- Welcome to Paris.
- 152. - Welcome
- Thank you
- 153. Hello, sir. How are you?
- 154. - Are you unwell?
- 155. Any headache?
- 156. Heart, stomach?
Numbness in the legs?
- 157. Are you taking any medications?
- 158. - You're thirsty maybe?
- 159. - Are you hungry?
- 160. - Chicken or beef?
- 161. - Pasta, Tabbouleh, both?
- 162. Some dessert with that?
- 163. - Panna cotta, tiramisu, chocolate?
- 164. Coffee or tea?
- 165. Coffee.
- 166. - Do you have any allergies?
- 167. Central for number 7.
- 168. We are at the corner
of Vaucanson and Vertbois.
- 169. We have someone who's a bit tired.
He was reported to us.
- 170. He's alone now, but he's okay.
- 171. We gave him water and food.
- 172. Over.
- 173. There you go.
- 174. - Enjoy.
- Thank you.
- 175. Is that all for you?
- 176. Great.
We'll pass by later in any case.
- 177. Ok, see you later, sir.
Enjoy your meal.
- 178. Are you Bridget?
- 179. Are you Bridget?
- 180. We are looking for Bridget
- 181. Mr. Suleiman, thank you
for sharing this project with us.
- 182. As you know, this is the type
of project that interests us.
- 183. This is a film
about the Palestinian conflict.
- 184. We have a certain sympathy
for the Palestinian cause.
- 185. It's not at all that we want a film
that would be too didactic
- 186. or exotic about Palestine.
- 187. But we could almost say
your film is not Palestinian enough.
- 188. I'm not saying that
for commercial reasons.
- 189. You know this kind of films
don't make money.
- 190. We make them only
- 191. because we're trying to be useful.
- 192. However, this project doesn't
correspond to our editorial policy.
- 193. In the sense that it takes place
- 194. but it might as well be elsewhere.
- 195. It could even take place here.
- 196. Therefore, I don't think
we'll be moving forward.
- 197. Of course, we would have loved to.
- 198. Despite our initial excitement,
- 199. I'm afraid it will be
a no go for us.
- 200. Did you understand what I said?
Do you get it?
- 201. 2.60.
- 202. 90.
- 203. 90.
- 204. 3.90.
- 205. - Hello ma'am.
- Good Morning
- 206. We came to check your patio.
- 207. Everything looks good.
- 208. - Thank you.
- You're welcome.
- 209. Have a good day.
- 210. It's in compliance. Let's go.
- 211. So...
- 212. What country do you come from?
- 213. Nazareth
- 214. Nazareth
- 215. Nazareth, is that a country?
- 216. I'm Palestinian
- 217. Palestinian?
- 218. Goodness gracious!
Let me look at you
- 219. I've never seen a Palestinian!
- 220. a Palestinian inside of my cab,
isn't that something?
- 221. "Karafat", right?
- 222. I love "Karafat", he's my man
- 223. Oh Brother, goodness gracious!
- 224. Well, guess what? this ride is on me
- 225. Yes, sir!
- 226. Hey honey, you'll never guess
who's in my cab
- 227. A Palestinian!
- 228. Yes, Ma'am, you ever seen
a Palestinian before?
- 229. "Karafat",
you remember "Karafat"
- 230. Jesus, honey, it ain't "Karafat" in my cab,
my man's from Nazareth
- 231. Jesus of Nazareth!
- 232. First...
- 233. Welcome to New York, It's good
to have you here at our school
- 234. I will start by asking you to share with us
your experience as a filmmaker
- 235. and to speak about the ways
of being and feeling
- 236. that have or have not
permitted you to achieve...
- 237. the conditions of becoming
what we call a citizen of the world
- 238. Is you sense, your identity...
- 239. of place a thing of the past?
- 240. Has your nomadic exsistence
extinguished your love of one place?
- 241. and extended it to a love of all places?
- 242. In other words
- 243. are you a perfect stranger?
- 244. And now...
- 245. I'm gonna introduce you
- 246. our speakers
- 247. Ali Maarabouni,
- 248. Fadwa Amine,
- 249. Widad Sharif.
- 250. Brothers and sisters, please
- 251. please, I need you to hear me
- 252. As you can see,
we have many speakers today
- 253. Our heros
- 254. Our loved ones from the homeland
- 255. Our beloved homeland, Palestine.
- 256. Guys!
- 257. Please listen to me.
- 258. Please, I need you to calm down, please
- 259. Please
- 260. Our speakers know your appreciation
of their struggle
- 261. And your sympathy, and your backing
- 262. But if we go on clapping this way,
- 263. time will be up
before anyone gets to speak.
- 264. So please,
- 265. a little calm.
- 266. One clap will do
That should be enough, trust me.
- 267. This much.
- 268. Agreed?
- 269. Fehmi Fanya
- 270. Marie M'addem
- 271. Mwaffa' Shofan
- 272. Losien Sarhan
- 273. Mohammad Mohsen
- 274. Tariq Shahwan
- 275. Sondos Abdulhadi
- 276. Jeel Haddad
- 277. Loulwa Kamal
- 278. Meta Flms
- 279. She's busy at the moment,
could she call you back?
- 280. Okay
- 281. Okay, bye
- 282. Hey,
- 283. what's up?
- 284. No, I'm here.
- 285. Waiting for a meeting
with an American producer.
- 286. Well, she's not American,
I don't know where she's from.
- 287. It's for a project
on the conquest of Mexico.
- 288. For the 500th anniversary
of the conquest.
- 289. About Cortes, Moctezuma
and all that stuff.
- 290. But they want to do it in English.
- 291. In English, can you imagine?
- 292. They want the Spanish
to speak English.
- 293. And the indigenous to speak
in Nahuatl or any other language.
- 294. They don't care.
- 295. So they'd sound like:
- 296. "Hello, my name is Hernando Cortes
and I want to conquer you."
- 297. It's going to be terrible, really.
- 298. But I won't do it. I'll tell her no.
- 299. I'm here with my friend Elia,
- 300. He's a Palestinian from...
- 301. He's not a Palestinian from Israel.
- 302. He's a Palestinian from Palestine.
- 303. Yes, Palestine.
- 304. Palestine!
- 305. Listen, we'll talk later, ok?
- 306. Sorry, I'll call you later, bye.
- 307. Hey Gael.
- 308. - How are you?
- Good, and you?
- 309. - Good.
- 310. It's good to see you,
It's been such a long time
- 311. - Yeah
- You look a bit tired
- 312. - Are you sure you're ok? Good
- Oh yeah, I'm perfect, yeah
- 313. Let me present you to my very good friend
- 314. - He's a Palestinian filmmaker
- Nice to meet you
- 315. But he makes funny films
- 316. He's doing a comedy right now
about peace in the Middle East
- 317. That's funny already
- 318. it's called "Heaven Can Wait"
- 319. Okay, sweety, we're sort of late
so do you mind if we go now?
- 320. Yes
- 321. Good luck with your film,
It was a pleasure to meet you
- 322. Bye
- 323. Do you need a cab?
- 324. Okay
- 325. Oh, now that's interesting
- 326. Will there be Palestine?
- 327. Will there be Palestine?
- 328. Okay
- 329. Okay
- 330. There will be Palestine
- 331. Absolutely!
- 332. It's gonna happen
- 333. Wait a minute, hang on
- 334. Hang on
- 335. Okay, Good, Good
- 336. Yes
- 337. There will be Palestine
- 338. It's gonna happen
- 339. But...
- 340. But...
- 341. It ain't gonna happen in your lifetime,
- 342. Listen, excuse me,
- 343. but I want to tell you something.
- 344. You Palestinians are a weird bunch.
- 345. The whole world drinks...
- 346. in order to forget.
- 347. You're the only people
- 348. who drinks...
- 349. in order to remember.
- 350. Cheers.