Directed by Maryanne Zéhil, 2012, 95 min
Saturday 9/21 @ 6pm – 67 West St.
New York Premiere
Marie, a Canadian editor specialized in testimonies of genocide survivors, starts to receive anonymous large envelopes with the narrative of Ali, a young Palestinian who grew up in a refugee camp in Lebanon. Intrigued, Marie investigates the origin of these envelopes and finds out who is the anonymous writer. This is how she establishes a connection with Joseph, a Lebanese worker hired to paint the offices. A strange relation develops between these two persons who come from very different worlds. But after a while, Joseph abruptly disappears and Marie, overwhelmed by the mission fallen on her, starts a journey into the past, through a small village in Lebanon, in the heart of a bloodthirsty culture where lies the key of all the enigmas.
Winner of Best Narrative Feature