113 minutes / All ages / 2010 / United States of America / Average:
Muslim architect Abdul Rasheed is in love with Jewish attorney Rachel Caldwell. They keep their relationship a secret in fear of being disowned by their families. It's a tale of an age old war with a modern day love divided by centuries of hate.
Abdul Rasheed is an architect who is in love with an attorney named Rachel Caldwell. Their religion is the one thing that is keeping them apart. Abdul is Islamic and Rachel is Jewish. Rachel and Abdul's relationship cannot grow properly because they are always hiding it. Rachel's friend Ariella Walsh and Abdul's friend Marshall Bradley are behind them 100 percent. They both face obstacles with their parent's involvement with trying to set them up with the right soul mate. Things get heated when a friend of Rachel's mother Daniel Kohen attempts to kill Abdul due to his obsession with Rachel. Eventually they reveal the truth which leads to more controversy. It's a tale of an age old war with a modern day love divided by centuries of hate. A Forbidden Love. An Accepted Hate.
This film is edited in a unique cinematic style which gives the film a vintage, reel type of feel. The DVD is subtitled in 4 languages; English, Espanol, Italiano and Francais and is loaded with bonus content like Deleted Scenes, Behind The Scenes, Directors Commentary, Trailers and much more, these features are rare in indie films.
CastBrian Caldwell: Philip Keith
Nasibah Milhan: Whitney Harris
Marshall Bradley: Arlando Whitaker
Asma Rasheed: Fannye
Ahmed Rasheed: Derrick Freeman
Sara Caldwell: Tammi Merriman
Yoseph Caldwell: Robert Shepherd
Daniel Kohen: Gentry Ferrell
Rachel Caldwell: Sarah Burgess
Melissa Caldwell: Virginia Scott
Detective Rush: Herbert Marshall Jr.
Abdul Rasheed: Jamal Williams
Detective Arbor: Yousef Jabri
Ruth Skolnick: Courtney Barrett
Ariella Walsh: Kayla Cooper
Kayla Caldwell: Kristen Williams
Rochelle: Osas Ighodaro