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Architect Shadi is not exactly overjoyed that he has to return to his home city of Nazareth after years of living in Rome – but Palestinian tradition obliges him. His sister is going to get married and Shadi and his father have to hand out the invitations personally. Together, the two men drive through the streets of Nazareth and realize that their fundamentally different lifestyles are the cause of more tension than anticipated. Wajib
portrays not only a generational conflict with great sensitivity and a goodly portion of humour, but also life in modern Nazareth.