David & Layla

David & Layla

Inspired by a true story, sparks fly when a Jew and a Muslim fall in love in New York. David (David Moscow), TV host of "Sex & Happiness", becomes smitten with the voluptuous Layla (Shiva Rose) - a mysterious, sensual dancer who turns out to be a refugee. David's reckless pursuit of Layla sets off an unveiling of the similarities and contrasts of their ancient cultures. His lust grows into love as he discovers in stunning Layla a sensitive, intelligent war survivor with a rich culture that echoes his own. But their families are dead set against their unlikely romance. Faced with deportation, Layla must choose.

Star-crossed lovers, David & Layla- Romeo & Juliet in New York with a twist!. Inspired by a true story, a spicy romantic comedy...via Iraq & Jerusalem. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Farah R (us) wrote: Another great performance from Saiorse Ronan proves she's blooming into a diverse and groundbreaking actress. Unfortunately though this movie just wasn't one of her best as it's absurd plot and dragging parts were hardly bearable.

Patryk C (it) wrote: A great and insightful documentary about the rise and fall of the most famous newspaper on the planet. Very interesting interviews, some shocking discoveries, and an ending that leaves the viewer with one truly important question: is the print media still needed in our modern, high-tech world?

Ivy S (br) wrote: nice little movie. daughter loves it. easy to follow

Edson S (it) wrote: An enjoyable funny, ironic romance movie.Also not as predictable -must see

Niral G (mx) wrote: A ridiculous story that was a complete waste, but the movie was obviously not made for the story. The comedy was humorous enough to keep the audience entertained, with decent humor throughout and a few awesome lines to make it worthwhile. But seriously...best quote ever: "Jinke ghar sheeshe ke hote hain na, woh basement mein kapde badalte hain."

Atia E (jp) wrote: good one by shahid and jenelia

Mithun G (kr) wrote: It's a sad day when childhood crushes grow old. Farewell Laila...

Rowena W (es) wrote: I was able to view this film a year before it was released thanks to the director, Michael Linn. It is the most original storyline I have seen in a long time, a thriller but a thriller with a plot. The characrters are perfect, and their chemistry with each other works. The photography and direction is beautiful, each scene connects with each other. This is a film for everyone who wants to see a great film, not just a thriller. I recommend it highly.

Cavan T (mx) wrote: Originally planned as part of a trilogy, this is a creepy little science fiction film that will especially appeal to fans of the cyberpunk genre. The script isn't anything special, but the direction is spectacular and Jeremy Sisto turns in a great performance.

abigail v (fr) wrote: One of my favorite movies of all time!!! Makes me want to fall in love over and over and over again!!

Matthew J (it) wrote: Sean Connery stars in 'Entrapment' as the most confusing character in recent film history. In one moment he's Catherine Zeta-Jones's best friend in the next one he is drowning her, than he helps her, than she tries to arrest him. This film is full of similar logical fallacies and visually confusing action scenes in which you can't see what the hell is going on.

Al S (au) wrote: "In a futuristic world of post-nuclear explosion" that sold me on this movie. need to watch

Alexander P (ag) wrote: A solid enough quirky comedy but nothing memorable.

Jason (kr) wrote: Ick, horrible sequel. The original was one of my favorites when I first saw it, and I for one love the remake, but this one not so much, borrrrring.

Clay B (au) wrote: SPRINGFIELD RIFLE (1952)

Mike A (kr) wrote: Good not great cop drama. Fair story with good acting. Nothing surprising here, fairly predictable. Watching this you can why Clint Eastwood is considered one of the great movie stars of all time. Maybe not a big deal, but I found it interesting to see Seymour Cassel and Conrad Bain (Mr. Drummond-Different Strokes) in early roles.