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Good Morning No rating results yet

Two old gentlemen go every day to the same coffee shop, between 10 am and noon, to sip quietly their espresso, and mainly to make crossword puzzles found in the newspapers. They consider this activity as a work which is supposed to protect them from loss of memory. From time to time, they observe through the large window many scenes on the street and inside the coffee shop which they comment. Around them a micro society interacts.

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Meenak Inta? 0/5 (1)

Issam is a mysterious grotto-man living in the wilderness, over viewing a rural village with a lot of happenings… For more than twenty years, they call him “the thief of food” as he steals nothing but something to eat, no one dares to confront him, he looks scary with his thick beard but he’s also friendly and loving, while he rescues inhabitants from all kind of troubles. From the city, Lynn, a beautiful stubborn girl, was raised by Yasmine, her dying very sick grandmother, who’s only wish was to be buried in the same village next to her old house… Lynn not only buried Yasmine, but also wanted to understand all the mysteries of that very complicated village…

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Capharnaum 0/5 (3)

A politically-charged fable, featuring mostly non-professional actors, about a child who launches a lawsuit against his parents.

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Martyr No rating results yet

A young man’s tragic death at Beirut’s seaside causes his friends to grapple with loss and to partake in his community’s rites and ceremonies, exposing the city’s schisms and its society’s fault lines.

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A Feeling Greater than Love No rating results yet

Dreams of popular revolution, erased by civil war. A young girl martyred at a factory strike in Beirut in 1972 – her identity shrouded in mystery. A meditation on revolution, cinema and their possibilities, past and present.

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One of These Days 0/5 (1)

A 24-hour youth chronicle in Beirut. They’re in their early twenties, they are smart, beautiful and hungry for life. Beirut is experiencing yet another terrorist attack with street demonstrations and police checkpoints. For this generation who has known war since birth, it’s sadly just one of these days. They still have the music, their youth and their dreams. They play the game of seduction, fall in and out of love and kill the boredom.

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Kezbe Bayda 0/5 (2)

White Lie is a social comedy film pertaining to family and different age groups. Deals with the reality of the youth life confusion, poverty and relationship that a goes deteriorating due to the bad economic situation, we will witness the impossible love story of Omar and Mira.

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Wled El Nouweb 0/5 (1)

A wonderful and special love story between Kylie and Sam: Children of competitors for the new deputy election, Abdallah Kiwan and Karim Haddad. What is the impact of the new generation? Can love defeat politics and gather competitors?

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Morine 0/5 (8)

The year is 620 A.D., North Lebanon. Living with God is men’s privilege and the most unreachable women’s right. Stubborn as she is, the 20-year-old revolutionary girl breaks the rules and endures all the consequences.

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Ghada El Eid No rating results yet

Josephine, the matriarch of a sprawling family, is delighted to gather everyone for Easter lunch for the first time in two years. While they all share a joyful meal, an incident ignites underlying tensions between the family members and leads them gradually into chaos.

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