Every Day is a Holiday: Echoes of war between dream and reality

Article published on Nov. 3, 2009
Article published on Nov. 3, 2009
In post-war Lebanon, every day is a holiday. "Every day is different.
Every day we expect a catastrophe, which sometimes happens, and sometimes does not,” says Lebanese director Dima El-Horr (who lived through the war from the age of three to 18), of the title of her first feature film, Every Day is a Holiday, a French/German/Lebanese co-production in competition at the Rome International Film Festival.

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