Noha is about to get married. Her family is relieved to see her take advantage of this last chance before officially becoming a spinster just like her sister. Everything seems to be going ... See full summary »
Two couples are enjoying their summer at the beach, but when the grown son of one couple arrives, it surprisingly stirs something in the husband of the other couple, will the forbidden feelings end badly?
Maria de Medeiros,
OUT LOUD, a modern story of friendship and love in different ways among upcoming Lebanese generation facing social conflicts overcoming it and making their lives a better world. Young heroes face tragedies that forever will change their lives. Jason and Nathalie create new family of friends. Each becomes aware of personal struggles and overcomes it as inevitable outside threat remains. Out Loud, five young friends and a woman in Lebanon take a bold step towards revelation of mind and heart. Written by
There is no movie like "Out Loud" ever made in the Middle East.
Amaya-Akkermans(The Mantle)May 30,2012 "Out Loud" to put it in simple words isn't only challenging the taboos of a society but also telling a beautiful story and at that successfully. Unlike most films that tell linear stories with socially relevant content and somehow evoke the format of the traditional novel there's hardly any social realism in it and the aesthetics of the film is somewhere between poetry and hope.
Director Samer Daboul wanted to plant a seed for the future, and this film is precisely it. It is a question mark and an exclamation mark for all those who want to live in tolerance and equality. This film Romantic, epic, sardonic being humble as it is, is a microcosm of the real Lebanon that lurks underneath the wars and the endless political diatribes.
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