Mooz-Lum (2010)

PG-13   |    |  Drama, Family

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Amid a strict Muslim rearing and a social life he's never had, Tariq enters college confused. New peers, family and mentors help him find his place, but the 9-11 attacks force him to face his past and make the biggest decisions of his life.


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27 February 2011 | b_bluesky
| One Word: AMAZING! Americans MUST SEE THIS MOVIE!!!
Just walked in my front door after seeing this movie...One word: Amazing! It truly delivers the right note. The right emotional punch - several actually.

A movie like this is a necessary step in bringing the dialog necessary to open minds.

A welcome voice of reason and respect in a time of EXTREME and painfully illogical right-wing bullying. A nice message of peace amidst a daily attack by bigot shock jocks who are the true terrorists for inciting violence and fear.

I was NOT expecting this movie to be this good. The performances were so on point. You could really tell that this was a labor of love. I really want to see more from this writer/director. If I had to choose the very best performances, I would say Evan Ross (I was not familiar with his work, but I'm a fan NOW!!!) the girl who played his sister (very emotional without once going over the top) and Roger G. Smith (quiet intensity - just amazing).

This movie deserves global recognition.

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When Tariq is slow dancing the one song with Ayanna the scene quickly changes from daylight to evening.


My Dear Disco
Written by Tyler Duncan,
Michelle Chamuel, Robert Lester, Theo Katzman, Christian Carpenter, Aaron Gold
Album: Dancethink LP
Publishers: Dancethink Publishing, BMI
Performed by My Dear Disco, Michelle Chamuel (vocals)


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