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Directed by Mounira Al Solh

Lebanon 2014 25 mins. In Arabic

The camera hovers over a car packed with food to be smuggled across the Syria-Lebanon border, including the segmented carcass of a sacrificed lamb, becoming a reflection on the exchange of goods and food between Syria and Lebanon.

Genres: Short



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