Summer in L.A., it's hot. Homeland Security has set the threat level at red; they're searching for several Arabs alleged to be terrorists. Mustafa, an Egyptian immigrant who runs a falafel shop, comes to the FBI's attention; they investigate him. He has other problems: his young teen son no longer wants to be a Muslim; his sister, a nurse, objects to Mustafa arranging her marriage to a cousin from Egypt. She has a non-Arab suitor of her own. Omar, an employee of Mustafa, is a struggling actor who doesn't want to play only terrorists. Mustafa hopes to open a real restaurant and has a potential partner in Sam, a Jew, whose family objects. What price the American dream?
- Rating: R (for language, including some sexual references, and brief drug use)
- Genre: Drama
- Runtime: 110 minutes
Remember to bring your passport or driver's license.
WE@AH welcomes guest trainer, Alyona Shlieienkov to lead this week’s session all about media and information.
Збираємо на професійний нетворкінг (та релакс!) в Американському домі SMM-ників громадських організацій та медіа, аби поділится досвідом успішно проведених кампаній у соцмережах.
Then join America House for a panel discussion on the International Experience in the Outcomes of Asset Recovery with Mark Vlasic and Tetiana Shevchuk. They will talk about the primary goals of asset recovery, success stories, why it matters for Ukrainian citizens and what citizens can do to advocate for asset recovery.
Start your day at America House, join a group, and spend your time trying to photograph interesting objects and interesting people. The quest has no limits; so wear your walking shoes and bring your camera to document your finds.
Summer is not over. We will be holding yoga outside again to fight back the doom of fall with good vibes. You're teacher will be Matt, certified instructor with 9 years experience: vinyassa flow for beginners to intermediate.
Join us for a 2 hour interactive presentation and discussion for entrepreneurs, designers, activists, artists, innovators, and anyone who wants to make their idea reality.
Працюючи з елементами телевізійного шуму, у проекті “The Noise” художники Олеся Трофименко та Ярослав Коломійчук викривають механізми впливів пропаганди і роблять видимим для глядача їх справжнє значення.