In his comforting and humorous film, Simon El Habre observes the life in his quasi ghost village and tries to reflect on the collective and individual memory in a country that seems to live in a collective amnesia and is vulnerable to a new civil war.
Semaan El Habre: The film that we are shooting is actually my life story, how I live, how I deal with the cows. There is no scenario. It’s what I truly do every minute, every hour of the day…
Trailer & censored scene:
The scene that was censored by the Lebanese General Security.
Reason: Threatening the Civil order and the “Peace” in our society.
What do you think?