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Nadine Labaki

Reviews

Wednesday, May 26 2010

'Caramel' Is a Splendidly Composed Soap Opera

Repeatedly framed by doorways and windows, each woman in Caramel appears on her own sort of threshold.


Tuesday, July 1 2008

Caramel (Sukkar banat)

On the surface about the foibles and trials of salon workers and patrons, but underlined with the modernity of Lebanese women and their culture’s transition into westernism.


Tuesday, February 12 2008

Caramel (Sukkar banat)

Dedicated "To my Beirut," Caramel (Sukkar banat) is a carefully observed, splendidly composed soap opera.


Blogs

Tuesday, September 13 2011

Toronto International Film Festival 2011: 'Where Do We Go Now?'

An enchanting, brilliant, and heartbreaking film about civil war and its indelible legacy, this Lebanese masterwork utterly slayed me.


News

Thursday, May 19 2011

Cannes 2011: A personal project for Nadine Labaki

CANNES, France — For many filmmakers, the moment of inspiration can be difficult to pin down. Lebanese writer-director Nadine Labaki, however, has exceptional reasons for remembering


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