Beirut! Not Enough Death to Go Round

Beirut! Not Enough Death to Go Round

| 57 min

A moving and graphic portrait of the people of wartorn Beirut in their day-to-day struggle to survive in the rubble and despair. Filmed shortly after the 1982 massacres at Sabra and Chatila, the film gives a vivid picture of the plight of these people and of any people who are too poor to escape the ravages of war.

This film deals with mature subject matter. Viewer discretion is advised

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  • director
    Tahani Rached
  • producer
    Jacques Vallée
  • camera
    Jacques Leduc
  • sound
    Claude Beaugrand
  • editing
    Pierre Bernier
  • re-recording
    Jean-Pierre Joutel
  • animation
    Pierre Hébert
  • music
    René Lussier
    Claude Simard
    Jean Derome

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  • pesky

    Seems where ever PLO go the people who live there, die. they are givers of death. Country was set up for Christian homeland so they destroyed that place also. Jordon also had problems with them, 100% no one wants them, just cause trouble where they are.

    pesky, 3 Feb 2011

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