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She feels disturbed with the revelations and asks Simon to come to the Middle East to assist her in her journey. Simon discovers who Incendie Au Village father and his brother are and concludes that one plus one Incendie Au Village be equal to one. Long-buried secrets are about to come to light, when the twin siblings, Jeanne and Simon, are called before a notary for the reading of their mother Nawal's will.
Suddenly, Jeanne is to hand-deliver a sealed letter to the father she never knew, somewhere in the Middle East; likewise, Simon has to give an equally important message to an unknown brother the twins didn't know they had.
One is determined to unearth the truth; the other is reluctant. However, a promise Incendie Au Village a promise, and, unless the siblings travel to their mother's homeland, they will never find peace.
Will Jeanne and Simon honour her dying wish and shed light on Nawal Marwan's terrifying life? Sign In. Edit Incendies Jump to: Summaries 5 Synopsis 1. The synopsis below may give away important plot points. Getting Started Contributor Zone ». Edit page. Jeanne accepts; Simon, on the other hand, seemingly having had a more difficult relationship with Nawal and her apparently unusual personality, is reluctant to join Jeanne on this pursuit.
A series of flashbacks reveal Nawal came from a Christian Arab family in an unnamed Middle Eastern country, and that she fell in love with a refugee named Wahab, resulting in her pregnancy. Her family murders her lover and nearly shoots her as an honour killingbut her grandmother spares her, making her promise to leave the village after the birth of her baby and start a new life in the fictional city of Daresh.
The grandmother tattoos the back of the baby's heel and sends him to an orphanage. While Nawal is at university in Daresh, a civil war and war crimes break out with Nawal opposing the war on human rights grounds.
Her son's orphanage in Kfar Khout is destroyed by a Muslim militant, Chamseddine, who converts him into an Islamic child soldier. After barely escaping the massacre of a bus full of Muslim refugees by Christian Nationalists, Nawal narrowly manages to join the Muslim fighters, and eventually shoots a nationalist leader.
She is imprisoned in Kfar Ryat and raped by torturer Abou Tareq, consequently giving birth to the twins. After travelling to her mother's native country, Jeanne gradually uncovers this past, and persuades Simon to join her.
With help from Lebel, they learn their brother's name is Nihad of May and track down Chamseddine. Simon meets with him personally, and he reveals the war-mad Nihad was captured by the nationalists, turned by them, trained as a torturer, and then sent to Kfar Ryat, where he took the name Abou Tareq, making him both the twins' half-brother and father; as such, both letters are addressed to the same person.
Like Nawal, Nihad's superiors gave him a new life in Canada after the war. By chance, Nawal encountered him at a Canadian swimming pool, and saw both the tattoo and his face. The shock of learning the truth caused Nawal to suffer a stroke which led to her decline and untimely death at age sixty. The twins find Nihad in Canada and deliver Nawal's letters to him. He opens both of them; the first letter addresses him as the twins' father, the rapist, and is filled with contempt.
The second letter addresses him as the twins' brother, and is instead written with caring words, saying that he, as Nawal's son, is deserving of love. Nawal gets her gravestone in the aftermath of the letters being sent.
Some time later, Nihad visits it. Parts of the story were based on the life of Souha Bechara. For the part of Nawal, Villeneuve said he conducted an extensive search for actresses across Canada.
The film was shot in Montreal and Jordan. For the scenes filmed in Jordan, Villeneuve used a Lebanese and Iraqi crew, though he feared the war scenes would be too reminiscent of bad experiences for them. Two tracks by British band Radiohead from their album Amnesiac"You and whose army? Villeneuve said that he had written "You and whose army? Incendies received highly positive reviews from critics.
The site's critics consensus reads, "It's messy, overlong, and a touch melodramatic, but those flaws pale before Incendies ' impressive acting and devastating emotional impact. The film enjoyed a positive reception in its country and province. Kevin N.
Laforest of the Montreal Film Journal gave it 3. Roger Ebert gave the film three and a half stars, saying "it wants to be much more than a thriller and succeeds in demonstrating how senseless and futile it is to hate others because of their religion", and Azabal "is never less than compelling". Leonard Maltin also gave the film three and a half stars, referring to it as "tough, spellbinding".
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