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Where Do We Go Now? Review


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As with The Source, this ensemble film captures the energy and humour of a serious situation in a small village in the Arabic-speaking world as the women sort out their narrow-minded men. It's a bit simplistic, perhaps, but has a thought-provoking twist in the tale.

With an important bridge out, the residents of a Middle Eastern village are cut off from the sectarian violence going on around the country. Here, Christians and Muslims live happily together, although the women are worried that news from outside could spark things off again. Determined not to lose their sons to violence again, they come up with a variety of schemes to distract the men from their differences: sabotaging the TV feed, staging a phoney miracle, hiring a group of travelling Ukrainian strippers, lacing the pastries with hash.

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In a small Lebanese village, a peaceful cohabitation exists between the Christian and Muslim population. A civil conflict is slowly taking over the country, leaving the women of the village trying hard to keep the men in the dark.

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