When tragedy strikes, the women find themselves driven to make a deeply personal sacrifice for the sake of peace. It is funny, clever, moving and cheeky and illustrates quite clearly that we are all human beings, despite our colour or creed and we should all simply learn, finally to get along!!! An error has occured. A group of Lebanese women try to ease religious tensions between Christians and Muslims in their village. Sign in with Facebook Other Sign in options. Many, like yours truly, felt the issue was overdone. As people start to gather, however, a Muslim man blames the Christians for what has happened and a small fight ensues.
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Toronto International Film Festival: Who put the chicken blood in the urn? She’s simply entrancing, even when she doesn’t speak. But the essential problem for me in this film was the topic; the epic Christian-Muslim battle in Lebanese culture.
The steps they go to, to end this insanity are wonderfully funny, and very much to the point of what is needed to break the cycle of violence.
Audible Download Audio Books. An unnamed village during the later part of the 20th century has its only connection with the outside world in the form hlla2 a very rudimentary bridge, around which land-mines had been planted and never removed. Where Do We Go Now?
In a mixed Christian-Muslim village in the Lebanon Mountains, surrounded by minefields, old barbed wire and a blown bridge to the main road, the women of both communities are tired of burying their husbands and sons as victims of religious war. The movie plays with you like a ping pong ball. September 25, at 7: This is a very wonderful, funny, and poignant window into that world, told by people who are very close to the real situation.
Amal, Fatma Yevonsaydaaidaafaf. Of women still in black, who fought with flowers and prayers instead of guns and flares, and protect their children. The audience had not time to exchange any opinions, but at the end, we all rose and gave Ms.
I even feel like watching again!
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I watched this movie at the Toronto Film Festival. October 31, at 7: Roukoz w halla2 la wein with Nassim’s family, and it is made clear that Nassim has lost his father. But to be perfectly honest, the accolades one ought to give Labaki are not for her acting but for her directing. I wish they could direct a lot of these movies, not about the same issue, but, hopeful, some romance with some drama, humor, and violence would make the best movie ever, to watch!
It also captures the close knit relationships between numerous religions in the Arab world, relationships that have coexisted for millennia and the dangers of when those relationships are abused by fundamental propaganda through w halla2 la wein likes of extremist groups. Other characters include the village mayor and his wife Oa Christiansthe cafe-owner Amal played by Nadine LabakiRabih the village painter and Amal’s love interest and his sister, Issam Nassim’s oa and his wife Aida, and the village priest and the village imam.
Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here The central idea is that this world would be a far, far better place if men never outgrew obedience to their mothers. Little weih that would pass unnoticed cause them to explode, signaling the anger they’ve been bottling in.
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When the men wake up, they find all the Christian women dressed in Muslim attire, and vice versa, essentially challenging their husbands and sons to hit them first if wwein want sectarian violence. You are commenting using your WordPress. They hire Ukrainian dancers who w halla2 la wein to be in town in order to keep them distracted! Find showtimes, watch trailers, browse photos, track your Watchlist and rate your favorite movies and TV shows on your phone or tablet!