Feb.1

Film

Screening followed by a talkback on the issues addressed in the film with WeDoSomething Montreal and a mezze tasting, prepared by Les Filles Fatoush.

Doors: 5:30 PM
Screening: 6 PM
$25 ($5 will be donated to WeDoSomething Montreal)
Cinéma Paradiso passport: $40 (includes access to all the screenings of the series except the discussion with Kim Nguyen)
Taxes and fees included

Where: Space A (1st floor)

BELGIUM, FRANCE, LEBANON | ORIGINAL VERSION: ARAB | SUBTITLES: FRENCH

Damascus. The war is on the street. The apartment has become a sort of bunker where everything is organized depending on poverty. Every day is just a struggle to survive until tomorrow. The men are gone, only the women and the elderly are left. But some other men appear. Everyone retreats to the kitchen. Everyone except one young woman, alone on the other side of the door.

Director: Philippe Van Leeuw
Cast: Hiam Abbass, Diamand Bou Abboud, Juliette Navis
Year: 2017
Duration: 85 minutes
Rating: not yet rated

The film is presented as a preview showing and will be in theatres on March 16, 2018.

The screening will be followed by a discussion led by WeDoSomething Montreal, an organization dedicated to bringing Montrealers together at memorable events for worthwhile causes. Les Filles Fattoush will serve mezze at the event to more fully immerse attendees in Syria’s rich heritage.

Be sure not to miss out by getting your Cinéma Paradiso passport, which gives you access to all the screenings of the series except the discussion with Kim Nguyen.

Photo: MK2 | MILE END

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