'Amreeka' is Too Predictable to be Great, Too Broad to be Profound

Metro Times | September 22, 2009
By keeping the tone impish, the characters humane and the issues personal, Amreeka explores post-9/11 Arab anxieties and injustices without condemnation or proselytizing. In fact, Dabis smartly puts the focus on sisterhood and family while tackling the obstacles to assimilation and acceptance.

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