2007, 52 mins
This documentary sets out to capture the shades of political movements and opinions held today by Lebanese Shiites through the profiles of three young people and the intervention of an important Shiite cleric Sayyed Hani Fahs.
Marwan Hamdan is an aspiring filmmaker with leftist beliefs who is facing difficulties by living in a society, which is becoming more religious and closed.
Fouad Khraiss is a student who supports the Amal Movement founded by Imam Moussa Sadr. Isra’a Aoudeh is a fervent follower of Hezbollah.
The figure of the father, cinema versus politics, the relation to Dahieh – Beirut’s Shiite southern suburb – the south and liberation – the absence of a unifying state are all themes exposed in this journey where secularism and sectarianism face each other and where the echoes put question marks on Lebanon itself.