Mitch Davis' Language of the Enemy is an emotional roller coaster that gives us a glimpse into the horror that happens to take place every day all around the world. It's sickening to see see how many innocent people get caught in the crossfire and have their lives taken from them way to soon. It makes you realize that a peaceful world is not going to be happening anytime in the near future.
Romi is an American Jewish man who is forced to travel back to Jerusalem for his fathers funeral- it's been a long time since he has been there to visit them. He gets involved up with a mysterious attractive Palestinian woman named Joleh and soon is wrapped up in a violent mission to find out who murdered his father and why.
Since they come from such different backgrounds, each side is not thrilled when they start talking. At first it was a stiff awkward yet friendly thing that just so happens to get serious and they fall in love which is totally against the rules of the dangerous game that is being played here. Would you cross that deadly line for love? Or would you be smart and walk away?
So now they are not just fighting for their lives they are fighting for a forbidden love that could end up scarring them forever! I went into this thinking it was going to be the most boring hour of my life and actually ended up very surprised by how much I liked it. I am not really into movies with wars or guns but the meaning here is way deeper than that!