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Ila Ayn (1957)

| May 1957 (France)
A family lives poorly in a village in the Lebanese mountain. One day the father abandons his family and leaves for Brazil, considered an Eldorado by a great number of his compatriots. ... See full summary »

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Laura Azar
Shakib Khouri
Mounir Nader
Raouf Rawi
Nazha Younes
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A family lives poorly in a village in the Lebanese mountain. One day the father abandons his family and leaves for Brazil, considered an Eldorado by a great number of his compatriots. Twenty years pass. The mother raised her children with great difficulty: the elder has a family and the younger one is getting ready to immigrate to Brazil. One day a ragged old man arrives to the village. Written by Abbout Productions

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Authentic... something to be proud of.
6 December 2003 | by (Beirut Lebanon) – See all my reviews

Even the film was made in the fifties, it still reflects the same situation Lebanese people are experiencing nowadays. The film is authentic, and it is technically very well done, despite the deficiencies of cinematographical materials in the making. Frankly, Lebanon is proud of that film, and George have put Lebanon on the map of the movie industry.


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