Directed by Nadine Labaki.
Starring Claude Baz Moussawbaa, Leyla Hakim and Nadine Labaki.
When religious tensions rise in a small village populated by both Muslims and Christians, a group of Lebanese women attempt to appease the situation.
Where Do We Go Now? A question most apt in this modern world of ours, in all respects. Nadine Labaki has crafted a quality film that grasps themes relating to both the storyline of the film and themes everyone must come across in their lives. It asks questions that, even though they’ve been asked before, are bought across in a fresh way.
Sometimes the turns the film makes are headlong into a hedgerow of silliness (phrase copyright Matt Smith 2012). At certain points the film is explained to the audience through the medium of musical numbers. And I’m... not exactly sure why.