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Don't Tell My Mum That I Am Going to Beirut| 30mins
Director: Didem Sahin | Producer: Didem Sahin
Focus Years: 2007 | Country: Turkey
Subject Tags: conflict, governance, human rights, israel, lebanon, middle east, peace, politics, race, turkey, war
Quality Tags: Optimistic, Slow, Activating, Harmonizing
Upon the attack of the Israel to Lebanon, Dîdem, a documentary film student, decides to go to the region but hides this situation from her family. Following the ceasefire arrangement, she goes to Beirut by roadway. During her route and the time in which she stayed in Lebanon, she meets the local people, fishermen affected by the war and political representatives. The children from Lebanon tell her about the war. Dîdem hasn't got a film crew, but the little son of the family near her has undertaken the role as her assistant....

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