Within the morass of religious, historical, and cultural contradictions that is modern Israel, a Jewish girl and an Arab boy share a deep and passionate love that survives wars, social turmoil, and the intense opposition of their families. In many ways a portrait of Israeli society from the 1950s through the 1980s, Ahuva ("beloved" in Hebrew) is a testament to the hardships of existence in that country.
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You can't go wrong with touching romance and politics.
It's not so much the romance than it is the fact that there is hope for these two sides to coexist that's adressed here.