On Thursday in Los Angeles about 150 of us were privileged to see the first U.S. screening of a new feature, "Peace After Marriage," a truly hilarious comedy by Ghazi and Bandar Abuliwi, two New York brothers of Palestinian heritage. The film is a certified crack-up. The plot? A 30-year-old sex-addicted Palestinian American who lives at home with his doting mother and father winds up helping an illegal Israeli immigrant by marrying her for papers. While she just wants to be able to stay in the U.S., he's hoping to fix his sex life. The cultural stuff between the main character—Arafat—and his parents and other Muslims is a lot of fun. This is a broad comedy so don't look for an excess of politics. Arafat just wants to get laid.