6 November 2018, 6 PM - 7:15 PM
A few months after the 13th April 1975, the toll of victims is most tragic: six thousand dead, twenty-thousand injured, constant abductions and a half-destroyed capital. This film recounts the origins of the Lebanese conflict and the perception of a society which sings while going off to the war. It is a unique document about the Lebanese civil war. Beyond the war of religion, it depicts the social-political reality which has not much changed, 43 years later.
This screening is part of the Jocelyne Saab Month at Dar El-Nimer, curated by Mathilde Rouxel
1975 | 1h 15min
Language: French with Arabic Subtitles
Location: Auditorium, Second Floor
Free Entrance | Limited Seats