"Ila Ayn" is one of the best Lebanese movies I have ever seen, though it is old, almost 50 years back, it still reflects how Mr. George Nasser was able to produce it professionaly, with shy means at hand. Other than that, the Human drama in the movie is very touching... and almost narrates the same story Lebanese People are living nowadays.
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A family lives poorly in a village in the Lebanese mountain. One day the father abandons his family and leaves for Brazil, considered an Eldorado by a great number of his compatriots. Twenty years pass. The mother raised her children with great difficulty: the elder has a family and the younger one is getting ready to immigrate to Brazil. One day a ragged old man arrives to the village.
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an authentic look at the Lebanese Drama
Authentic... something to be proud of.
Even the film was made in the fifties, it still reflects the same situation Lebanese people are experiencing nowadays. The film is authentic, and it is technically very well done, despite the deficiencies of cinematographical materials in the making. Frankly, Lebanon is proud of that film, and George have put Lebanon on the map of the movie industry.