There’s very little about him that fits into the stereotypical ‘bedoin’ mold.He’s actually more Westernized than many ‘city’ Arabs I know.), but she is also better lovers and usually won't mess with your head.
His English is perfect, he’s been to America and fully understands our mentality, culture, and politics.But he also embraces the more positive things about the bedoin culture, such as how women should be treated.His task makes him break the law, he participates in a robbery.Things really screw up as not only two men are shot, but also an ancient indian spear is stolen and Buster is wounded.The story lingers on far longer than it should, especially with all of the effects of car chases and explosions of a good (if not cheesy) action film, minus the need for all of it.
With either Sutherland's arrogant and seemingly out-of-place character or Phillip's "spiritual-mined" character-with-a-vengeance, this film probably would've been much better, even if following more of a martial arts genre routine, with just the story of the Native American family seeking revenge on the drug dealer.
This sparks a search for what could have caused such wounds.
A group of men and women fly to the island he lived on to...
Unfortunately there are a lot of misconceptions about how bedoin men treat their wives, and until you’re married to one, I suggest you don’t assume.
My husband has never asked me to cover my head, my face, hands, or feet.
Pay no attention to the ol’ elbow-jabbing, wink-wink idea that cougars* are “more likely to put out and pay for everything.” Meh, that may be a reason a naïve man attempts to score with an older lady, but it’s hardly the reason a smart man enters a relationship with one.