THE FUTURE (Tribeca 2023) – Review by Joan Amenn

What seems to be a criminal procedural drama at first blush is actually a political allegory in this finely acted, beautifully framed film by Noam Kaplan. Subtly representing the destructive nature of the Palestinian Israeli conflict through the interaction of two women, The Future is at its best when Samar Qupty and Reymonde Amsellem are verbally sparring with each other as the former plays an alleged assassin and the latter is her interrogator.

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