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    LIGHT

    this is Lebanon.

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    LIGHT

    Directed by Christopher Sakr 2014 76 min
    Three narrators of different generations, with differing relationships to their home-land carry the viewer through memories, observations, and speculations. LIGHT moves through the earliest days of history in Lebanon, to the skyscrapers of now, and to dreams for a future unknown.

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    LIGHT

    Three narrators of different generations, with differing relationships to their home-land carry the viewer through memories, observations, and speculations. LIGHT moves through the earliest days of history in Lebanon, to the skyscrapers of now, and to dreams for a future unknown.

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