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The internecine conflict, not unlike the one currently raging next door in Syria in its brutality, dragged on from to Nobody forgets that some politicians were once warlords. Nestled among the glitzy cement-and-glass skyscrapers in the capital, Beirut, some buildings still bear the pockmarks and jagged tears of bullets and shells. The war was done, the page was turned and everything was shoved under the bed. Doueiri speaks from experience.

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5 films that were banned in Lebanon other than 'Wonder Woman'

The insult in question begins as almost a misunderstanding. A man tasked with bringing the apartments in one part of Beirut up to code, fixes an illegal drainpipe that has been leaking dirty water on himself and his workers. The owner tells him not to touch his apartment and smashes the newly installed pipe. The construction worker shouts an expletive at him.

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Wonder Woman has been the topic of discussion in Lebanon this week, and following several debates - the film has officially been banned. The decision to ban the American superhero film - based on the DC Comics character - was made by a six-member Ministry of Economy committee for featuring an actress who is not only Israeli, but also a strong supporter of the Israeli army. Following the news, a number of Lebanese bloggers expressed outrage, the reason being censorship in Lebanon. But, this isn't just your regular case of censorship. Gal Gadot served in the Israeli army and lead a military offensive against Gaza, which left thousands dead.
The cinema of Lebanon , according to film critic and historian Roy Armes, is the only other cinema in the Arabic-speaking region, beside Egypt's, that could amount to a national cinema. While there has been steady increase in film production since the end of the Lebanese Civil War , [9] the number of films produced each year remains relatively small in comparison to what it used to be in the s, and the industry remains heavily dependent on foreign funding, mainly European. Despite that, local films have enjoyed a degree of local and international success. The history of film in Lebanon goes back to the s.