#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Mossad agent Naomi is called back from sick leave and assigned to a “babysitting” job. Under a new identity, she heads to Germany to protect Mona a beautiful Lebanese informant, whom special agents have pulled from her country and hidden in a Hamburg safe house while she recovers from plastic surgery. Naomi soon learns that Mona is very close to a top Hezbollah leader, a man she betrayed and who is dead-set on exacting revenge. During the two weeks they spend together, an unexpected bond forms between the two women, forged from shared risks and a deep understanding of loss. But in this high-stakes game of deception, questions of fate may be out of their control.
Plot: Naomi, an Israeli Mossad agent, is sent to Germany to protect Mona, a Lebanese informant recovering from plastic surgery to assume her new identity. Together for two weeks in a quiet apartment in Hamburg, the relationship that develops between the two women is soon exposed to the threat of terror that is engulfing the world today. In this game of deception, beliefs are questioned, choices are made, and their fate takes a surprising turn.
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Life is an island, rocks are its desires
The film opens with a quotation from Kahlil Gibran. “Life is an island, rocks are its desires, trees its dreams, and flowers its loneliness, and it is in the middle of an ocean of solitude and seclusion.” I’m not sure whether that’s the exact translation used in the movie. Anyway, the movie shows us two women secluded in a lonely apartment for a good cinematic reason– one is an agent assigned to keep the other one safe from the bad guys– while each of them is intent on not only on surviving but on the goal of pursuing a purposeful parental relationship– nurturing an island of life– in the face of the ocean of nihilism symbolized by the betrayals and assassinations accompanying international espionage and terrorism.
Writer/director Eran Riklis compares the film to Bergman’s Persona because of the intimacy and tension of the relationship between the two women, but I think a closer comparison might be with Coppola’s The Rain People, where a woman unsure of herself as a future mother picks up a hitchhiker and finds herself receiving practice in the task of caring for another person.
When the movie ended, a woman in the theater asked me to take one side or the other in a debate with her friend over what actually had happened during the final minutes. The audience is indeed left with some bits to figure out, but I didn’t feel seriously cheated. The production was professional, suspense was maintained continuously, and the music– even if composer Yehonatan Riklis is, one might guess, some kind of relative of the director– makes a fine, tasteful, enhancement.
A good watch but rather slow
The story and cast are good but it doesn’t exactly move at a blistering pace. Not in the same league as Caliphate but still entertaining enough and builds up to a decent if twisted end
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 33 min (93 min)
Genre Drama, Thriller
Director Eran Riklis
Writer Eran Riklis, Shulamith Hareven
Actors Neta Riskin, Golshifteh Farahani, Yehuda Almagor
Country Germany, Israel, France
Awards 1 win & 2 nominations
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 2.35 : 1
Camera Arri Alexa
Laboratory Deflight, France
Film Length N/A
Negative Format N/A
Cinematographic Process N/A
Printed Film Format N/A