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Review of Malabar
by Rasha Kamal
Posted on March 26th, 2022
Positive 10
Overall Rating
i can't give this film less than that. because it was a beautiful little gem. one of the things to tell about a smart storyteller, when he/she shows a small part of a story, and let you finish the big picture yourself. you are sure that those three man, each has his own life might be full with ups and downs, and their paths crossed in a moment, which is this short film. but try to look at the big picture here, that car could be france, and the hit and run accident showed the responsibility toward the other. and if you wanna look further, try to connect this film with what's happening nowadays that countries declare their responsibilities toward other nations! i loved harrison played by (harrison mpaya), he was the caring one from the first moment, when he was asking mourad (mourad boudaou) what to drink, while mourad was the selfish one. the opening scene in the gas station was so smart to setup the differences between the two young men. i loved the atmosphere, when the three characters were in the misty car interior , as if they were trapped in that situation besides their lives. i loved it, and i hope it'll be the winner by the end of the festival. in case if our opinions and voices here on letterboxd count, then maximilian badier-rosenthal well done, i hope to see a feature film for you one day.
Rasha Kamal
A film Enthusiast.

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