In the wake of Israel's 2006 bombardment of Lebanon, a determined woman finds her way into the country convincing a taxi cab driver to take a risky journey around the scarred region in search of her sister and her son.
Nada Abou Farhat,
Lina, a young girl in war-torn Beirut, finds an ally and friend in Sihan, her domineering aunt's maid. Sihan shows Lina what her life could be like, but tests the girl's limits when she asks her to help plot her escape from the city.
In April, 1975, civil war breaks out; Beirut is partitioned along a Moslem-Christian line. Tarek is in high school, making Super 8 movies with his friend, Omar. At first the war is a lark: ... See full summary »
Fifteen years after a traumatic explosion in his native Beirut, Kamal Maf'ouss returns from France, where he was nationalized and become a composer-choreographer. He reassembles youth ... See full summary »
Rodney El Haddad,
Nada Abou Farhat
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 »
A young 15 year old girl, Lamia, lives in a southern Lebanese village on the border with Israel. She is given in marriage to her cousin on the other side of the border. As Lamia crosses the... See full summary »
It was the summer of 82, when a priest, about to be ordered, was exhausted by temptations and an arrogant girl felt passionately in love... A sifted memory and a personal history of a ... See full summary »
Ghalia is inhabited by the soul of Zeina, a girl who drowned the day she was born. Haunted by Zeina's past life, Ghalia travels to Damascus to study acting and understand her present ... See full summary »
Izzat Abou Jabal,
Hussein Al Shazli
Neswen tells the story of Saber, a male chauvinistic butcher who, one day, decides to close up shop after a dreadful encounter with an annoying female customer. On his way back home, he ... See full summary »
Nada Abou Farhat
«My friends in Beirut freely recount their most secret, ardent and obsessive sexual experiences, in minute detail», confides Danielle Arbid, a filmmaker who has already won numerous prizes ... See full summary »
Camera move was great Beirut as always shiny pretty city the background was full of lights, casinos, Lebanese Babes, angry guys, but with all of this we found a relationship between the french lawyer Mathieu "Charles Berling" his performance remind me with "Trintignant" in Un homme et une femme which I think that this romantic masterpiece movie was a great reference to our film the story was too fine& the finale also good. the most thing was attract me to this movie and fill me with joy the songs which sung by Zoha "Darine Hamze" wonderful performance very brilliant composing. I recommend with this movie to anyone love Bayreuth.
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