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I guess he makes more money this way. The fact of the matter is, so little has, and things are probably worse today than they were back then. In order to get by, he brings his wife Thorayya Nabila Zeytouni to assist him in the bar and to sell herself to the clientele outside the bar. As the Lebanese civil war rages outside in the streets of Beirut, life in the Sandy Snack bar goes as usual, serving as a microcosm to Beirut in particular and Lebanon in general. Edit Storyline As the Lebanese civil war rages outside in the streets of Beirut, life in the Sandy Snack bar goes as usual, serving as a microcosm to Beirut in particular and Lebanon in general. But let me tell you this:

Well, that future is now. Notify me of new posts via email. Ahram Online , Thursday 21 Jan Lebanese musician Ziad Rahbani. Rahbani was able to depict a reality that critics saw was more than poignant, about Beirut during the Lebanese civil war. For starters, the play is filmed well enough for it to be shown in cinema. The play ‘What About Tomorrow?

Bel nesbe la bokra shou in the Lebanese theaters by Jan

Nesbbe me it represents the struggle of a whole class of people to survive in a hard situation. For years, efforts were made to convince the son of late Lebanese musician and producer Assi El-Rahbani and iconic Lebanese singer Fairouz to restore and prepare footage of the play, which was first performed in the late s, in order to screen it to a cinema audience.

In fact, the grainy texture even gives it character: Edit Storyline As the Lebanese civil war rages outside in the streets of Beirut, life in the Sandy Snack bar goes as usual, serving as a cohu to Beirut in particular and Lebanon in general.

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This is about the entire experience of it: I asked someone how it felt to watch the play they had listened to endlessly for years, and they said that it felt exactly as they had expected.

Layal had filmed the whole play decades ago using a hand-held camera. This cinems uses cookies to help personalise content, tailor your experience and to keep you logged in if you register.

Email required Address never made public. It feels documentary-like, which is also the purpose of the play at hand. I blame this great artist for not filming all of his plays, wanting them to remain in their original historical context. Zakaria Ziad Rahbani is a bartender who — like the rest pa his compatriots — suffers from the increasing prices and lack of security.

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Full Cast and Crew. Photos Add Image Add an image Do you have any images for this title? And, for those of you who want more, a list you can now add me to, there will be more: The fact of the matter is, so little has, and things are probably worse today than they were back then.

You are commenting using your Twitter account. And yes “sarleh aktar min 35 seni besma3a No cinemq needs me to talk about the content of course, but Pa have to say that I was grossly impressed. Ziad is a genius in my book. Let me start out by saying that I am a Ziad el Rahbani uninitiated. We reserve the right to correct, when at all possible, obvious errors in spelling and grammar. Wolf Well-Known Member Nov 23, I watched in the cinema.

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Lebanese fans go crazy for ‘Bel Nesbeh La Bokra Shou?’

For a better experience, please enable JavaScript in your browser before proceeding. You are commenting using your Facebook account. Bel nesbe la bokra shou in the Lebanese theaters by Jan In the heart of Beirut, four screening venues were packed on l special premiere for journalists and invitees.

I had heard rumors before that there existed private recordings for more plays but it seems to be false. Readers cgou asked to limit their feedback to a maximum of characters roughly words.

Anyone know what other Ziad plays have video recordings? Rahbani was able to depict a reality that critics saw was more than poignant, about Beirut during the Lebanese civil war. For be, the play is filmed well enough for it to be shown in cinema. I like it a lot.