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ASFOURI, FOUAD ALAYWAN
The residents of the old-fashioned Beirut building decide to restore their building after the end of the civil war in the early nineties. They gather, consult, disagree and fight among themselves over its restoration or demolition. The building lived through the problem of its survival or demise, in parallel with the dubious problem of the homeland of Lebanon and the chapters of its cursed fate as the thorny fate of the building.
The screening will be followed by a Q&A with director Fouad Alaywan.
Born in 1964, Lebanese director and author Alaywan studied cinema at the American University of Montana. He directed a number of short fiction films, including Sick Longing for a Sick Country, Hawa Beirut, and Goodbye.
2012 | 1h 29min
Arabic with English subtitles
Entrance is free
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