Two friends, a Jew and Muslim, are ripped apart by the politics of war and religion during the Nazi occupation of Tunisia. With both worried about their uncertain lives ahead, can they still be friends in a world that won't allow it or will the taint of fascism, racism and war end their friendship forever? Now this isn't my normal fare of movie going and I only really checked it out because it was set in WWII but it wasn't all that bad. Interesting insight of a region of people that are overlooked during the WWII conflict. Check out the trailer and see what you think.
Not a bad flick,