The Attack

Overview

An Israeli-Palestinian physician vows to track down the religious zealots who recruited his beloved wife and turned her into a suicide bomber in this topical drama from director Ziad Doueiri. Dr. Amin Jaafari Ali Suliman is a respected Palestinian surgeon who lives in Tel Aviv. When a terrorist bombing strikes a nearby hospital, Dr. Jaafari races to save those injured in the blast. His comfortable world is turned upside down later that night, however, when police summon him to identify the body of the bomber: his...
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Overview

An Israeli-Palestinian physician vows to track down the religious zealots who recruited his beloved wife and turned her into a suicide bomber in this topical drama from director Ziad Doueiri. Dr. Amin Jaafari Ali Suliman is a respected Palestinian surgeon who lives in Tel Aviv. When a terrorist bombing strikes a nearby hospital, Dr. Jaafari races to save those injured in the blast. His comfortable world is turned upside down later that night, however, when police summon him to identify the body of the bomber: his wife Sihem Reymond Amsellem. Sihem's guilt is confirmed when her husband receives a posthumous letter from her claiming full responsibility for the atrocity, and he finds himself unable to return to his comfortable life in Tel Aviv, instead focusing his energy on finding the people who brought his wife into the dark world of extremism. Later, in the course of Dr. Jaafari's tense investigation, he is forced to face some difficult questions regarding his own identity and the complex decisions he's had to make while living in a region dominated by religious strife.
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Special Features

Interview with Director Ziad Doueiri Photo gallery Theatrical trailer
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 11/11/2013
  • UPC: 741952757696
  • Original Release: 2012
  • Rating:

  • Source: Cohen Media Group
  • Sound: DTS 5.1-Channel Surround Sound, Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound
  • Language: Arabic
  • Time: 1:35:00
  • Format: Blu-ray
  • Sales rank: 52,031

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Ali Suliman Amin
Reymond Amsellem Siham
Yevgenya Dodina Kim
Uri Gavriel Captain Moshe
Karim Saleh Adel
Dvir Benedek Raveed
Rula Salameh Faten
Ramzi Maqdisi The Priest
Technical Credits
Ziad Doueiri Director, Editor, Screenwriter
Stephanie Aznarez Makeup
Ehab Bahous Asst. Director
David Baldari Asst. Director
Philippe Baudhuin Sound Mixer
Rachid Bouchareb Producer
Jean Brehat Producer
Rami Doueiri Sound Mixer
Michael Engel Asst. Director
Tommaso Fiorilli Cinematographer
Pierre Gauthier Sound/Sound Designer
Amir Harel Executive Producer
Yoel Herzberg Art Director
Genevieve Lemal Co-producer
Orna Libkind Asst. Director
Orna Lipkind Asst. Director
Dominique Marcombe Editor
Muriel Merlin Associate Producer
Eric Neveux Score Composer
Joelle Touma Screenwriter
John Wells Producer
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