21 October, 15:00 · CKK Jordanki
In Capernaum, we see Zain, 12, who lives in the slums of Beirut, which have been portrayed in the film with utmost intensity. In correspondence to the word used in the title ― “capharnaum” ― which means “chaos, disorder, mess, a place with a disorderly accumulation of objects,” the district is overloaded with virtually everything: things, people, but predominantly children, who have become innocent victims of the social conditions, and class and economic divisions. Nadine Labaki is here to protect them, and she does so in the literal sense, portraying Zain's lawyer in the film. Standing before the court, the boy reconstructs the story of his life, recalls dramatic events, but also fights with passion for himself and his future...
|Screenplay:||Jihad Hojeily, Michelle Keserwany, Nadine Labaki, Khaled Mouzanar|
|Editing:||Konstantin Bock, Laure Gardette|
|Cast:||Zain Al Rafeea, Yordanos Shiferaw, Boluwatife Treasure Bankole, Nadine Labaki|
|Producers:||Michel Merkt, Khaled Mouzanar|
|Production:||Boo Pictures, Mooz Films|
|Awards:||Oscar / Academy Awards – nominacja: Najlepszy Film Nieanglojęzyczny / nomination: Best Foreign Language Film (2019); FF w Cannes / Cannes FF – Nagroda Jury: Najlepszy Film, Nagroda Jury Ekumenicznego / Jury Award: Best Film, Prize of the Ecumenical Jury (2018)|