Review: Huda’s Salon (2022)

Such a fantastic film by Palestinian filmmaker Hany Abu-Assad (I recommend his other films too, particularly Paradise Now and Omar). Huda’s Salon features four tremendous performances (there are really only four characters in it – creating a claustrophobic belljar, a microcosm of the much larger picture). I reviewed for Ebert.

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