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Se3a W Noss 0/5 (5)

Abbas Shaheen, one of Lebanon’s most popular comedians, has one hour and a half to go collect his approved immigration visa from the Canadian embassy together with Rima, his fiancée (Tatiana Merheb), as she is counting on Abbas to make it happen too…The odds are stacked against the couple as they race to Jal El Dib. It’s one obstacle after another, including a deaf grandmother, the police, a stray bullet and insane traffic due to a truck drivers’ strike.Will they make it to the embassy in time?

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Malla 3al2a 0/5 (2)

The film revolved around Firas A l Ryes the son of waleed el rayes when he is preparing to get married from his Fiancée Liyal, and because this is his first marriege his coach advice him to know with other girl from one of the social media networks and that with a diffrent nikname Thus deceive Firas, and blackmailed video showing naked. In order to avoid scandle , the day before the date of his impending wedding asked for help from childhood friend Mazen to solve the problem.

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Lebanon: To the Oscars! No rating results yet

Despite the controversial series of movie censorship that Lebanon has been witnessing lately, our own The Insult by Ziad Doueiri has been announced as an official nominee for “Best Foreign Film” category at the 2018 Academy Awards.

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Still Burning 0/5 (1)

Still Burning tells the unexpected reunion in Paris in June 1998 of André, a Lebanese filmmaker living and working in France, and Walid, the very close friend he has not seen for years. In their youth, in Beirut, during the civil war, they were both possessed by the same artistic vocation: Cinema, but also by the same woman: Amira. Their reunion, all night long, will not fail to awaken their old repressed demons for better or for worse.

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The Insult: An Authentic One (Review) No rating results yet

A new Lebanese movie is currently showing in Lebanese movie theaters, and is taking everyone’s breath away: The Insult by Ziad Doueiri.

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The Insult 0/5 (8)

In today’s Beirut, an insult blown out of proportions finds Toni, a Lebanese Christian, and Yasser, a Palestinian refugee, in court. From secret wounds to traumatic revelations, the media circus surrounding the case puts Lebanon through a social explosion, forcing Toni and Yasser to reconsider their lives and prejudices.

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Go Home No rating results yet

Nada is going home. Or at least she wants to. When she comes back to Lebanon, she realizes she’s a foreigner in her own country…

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Heaven Sent No rating results yet

After twenty years of separation, Samir, a former militiaman thought to be dead, reappears in Omar?s life, his little brother who became a bodyguard in Beirut. Between drama and comedy, Samir confronts a country to which he no longer belongs.

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The Road No rating results yet

Rana AND Guy, a young married couple live in Beirut. A city forced into modernity and constantly transforming to a rhythm of an unstable environment. Rana suddenly quits her job and falls slowly into a state of lingering. Guy decides they need to take the road towards the mountains. The road becomes one of remembrance and nostalgia.

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Mayyel Ya Ghzayyel – Those Who Remain 0/5 (1)

In the complex geo-political spot of Shambouk in North Lebanon, a few kilometres away from Syria, where borders, religious doctrines and communities intersect, lives Haykal, a 60- year-old Christian farmer. There, he settled a farm, a restaurant and is building his home, with his own hands that are never too tired to work. Those Who Remain follows Haykal’s struggle to stay in his land amidst sectarian tensions, fear and hopelessness.

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