From award-winning director Elia Suleiman (The Time that Remains, Divine Intervention) comes a comic saga that won him the FIPRESCI Prize and a Special Mention at the Cannes Film Festival 2019. Comprised of vignettes, with Elia Suleiman at the centre of lovely comic routines with touches of the likes of Jacques Tati or Buster Keaton, the film explores what it is to be a Palestinian in the world. A rare cinematic joy.
See also It Must Be Heaven (CinéBabies) on 9 July, a screening for parents and carers of under 18 months babies.
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