Nadine Labaki | Lebanon/Egypt | 2011 | 102mins | Claude Baz Moussawbaa, Leyla Hakim, Nadine Labaki
Winning awards at festivals worldwide, Nadine Labaki's (Caramel) bittersweet comedy has also garnered rave reviews from audiences.
It's set in a Lebanese village inhabited by both Muslims and Christians, where as civil war threatens to engulf the country, the women of the village plot to keep their hotheaded men in the dark - sabotaging the radio, destroying the TV, and eventually going to almost any lengths to ensure their community remains intact.
Charming, funny, fresh and romantic, Labaki's film shows a natural storyteller at work.
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Subtitled screening- Arabic with English Subtitles