‘Capernaum’: Cannes Review

Dir: Nadine Labaki. Lebanon. 2018. 133mins.

“A gritty drama shot on the streets of Beirut with a cast of non-professional actors, Capernaum is a howl of protest against social injustice, a film as grounded in a place and time and yet as universal in its empathy with the dispossessed as Bicycle Thieves or Salaam Bombay! If viewers were expecting another gently barbed women’s comedy from Lebanese director Nadine Labaki (Caramel), it’s time to think again” says Lee Marshall.

Read more on Screen Daily for the full review of Capernauum

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