Posted by Lou Di Giorgio
Written by Luigi De Giorgi / aka Lou Di Giorgio and Eliette Benazzi and Bruno Barbieri
Screenplay, 104 pages (Adventure, Comedy)
Viewed by: 1 Member
Uploaded: Oct 29, 2013
Latest Draft: Oct 29, 2013
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In a near hypothetical future, after years of conflicts which may lead to the destruction of Israel as written on the Bible, is it still possible a love story between a rich Palestinian man and a poor Jewish girl?
We found ourselves in a hypothetical future, when the population of Israel, tired of the continuos fights and destructions all over the Country, decides to send a mixed committee to the U.N. asking for help. Therefore the U.N. decides that whoever wishes to live in peace, may be transferred to an island off the African coast, called "Amistad", where all weapons will be banished.
Two years later a town starts being build on the island. A temple in the middle of the town serves for all the various religions.
The new islanders find themselves in a very different conditions. Some have lost everything and have to see how to make a new living, while others have been able to save their fortune.
Among the latter we find Aladdin, a wealthy Palestinian who is cruising on his luxurious yacht, when he runs upon a fishing boat, on which, besides the fisherman, he is surprise to see a girl doing the same job. They are Joseph and Hannah, a Jewish brother and sister, who together with their small brother Joshua have lost all their parents and family, except for uncle Abraham, the Rabbi of the Jewish Community.
Now Rabbi Abraham is very much concerned about Hannah doing such unsuitable work for a young lady, besides he thinks it's time for her to get married. He finds for her a serious young Jewish man, but Hannah doesn't want to hear about him. Beside she has also the secret passion for belly-dancing, which she performs hidden by a veil in an Arab coffeehouse.
…. Find more on the script …. and have fun!