One of the Best Films in The History of Arabic cinema
The story of the Lebanese village and Lebanese traditions that are no more, a story of a nations that is no where but in our dreams now, and in the far villages in the Lebanese Holy mountains, a silent village that suddenly falls into the tragedy of ingratitude and lies, and the struggle of a young girl to survive and to give back her father the Job he had lost, all this in a magnificent setting with gorgeous scenes from the Lebanese Nature and landscapes that tourists come from the end of the world to see. With the presence of the Great Fairouz who represented the Arab nations in the revival of the Geneva Convention in 1998
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