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Konrad Aderer
2011
Color
82 minutes
US
English
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Enemy Alien

ENEMY ALIEN is the gripping story of the fight to free Farouk Abdel-Muhti, a Palestinian-born human rights activist detained in a post-9/11 sweep of Muslim immigrants. Told through the eyes of the filmmaker, the grandson of Japanese Americans interned during World War II, this documentary takes on unprecedented intimacy and historical resonance. As the filmmaker confronts his own family legacy of incarceration, his involvement in the current struggle deepens. Resistance brings consequences: In retaliation for organizing a hunger strike, Farouk is locked in solitary confinement, and a counterterrorism investigation into the documentary itself triggers the arrest of Farouk’s American-born son Tarek.

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Reviews
"Enemy Alien is a must-see documentary! The filmmaker crosses boundaries and prison walls to tell the story of this peaceful Palestinian freedom fighter…a powerful and often scary real-life tale of the shared struggle between Japanese Americans and Muslim Americans."
- Basim Elkarra, Executive Director, CAIR-Sacramento

Amazing… An exposé of the first order.
- Satsuki Ina, Director, Children of the Camps & From a Silk Cocoon


Screenings
  • No One Is Illegal, Toronto, 2012
  • Films of Remembrance Series, Japantown, San Francisco, 2012
  • World Development Community Film Festival, Vancouver, 2012
  • Toronto Palestine Flim Festival, 2011
  • Maysles Cinema, 2011
  • Boston Palestine Film Festival, 2012
  • Buena Vista United Methodist Church, Alameda, 2012

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