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Review: Where Do We Go Now?
Where Do We Go Now? follows a group of Lebanese women trying to ease tensions in their village between the Christians and Muslims. The heart-breaking story is set in an unnamed and remote Middle Eastern town where the only access is a broken bridge.
The country’s civil strife catches up with the small village and causes violence between the locals. The World Cinema film sees the women trying to control their men with some distracting foreign beauties to keep from starting a ‘religious war.’
The film was the winner of the People’s Choice Award at the Toronto Film Festival 2011. It was enjoyable to watch, recommended for International film lovers or if you just like a good story, this movie is for you.
Where Do We Go Now' is in cinemas from today and is in Arabic, Russian and English with English subtitles. It is rated M for offensive language.
KimberleyCrossman.com rating: 3.5/5