In this two-part tour through the streets of Lebanon, a colorful Palestinian cab driver offers offhand insight into the region’s fraught political and social climate through boisterous serenades and excitable outbursts.
Selected in numerous festivals, including Leiden International Short Film Experience (2019) and CPH:DOX (2019).
Diana Allan is an associate professor of anthropology at McGill University and a Canada Research Chair in the Anthropology of Living Archives. She is the author of Refugees of the Revolution: Experiences of Palestinian Exile (2014) and editor of Voices of the Nakba: A Living History of Palestine (2021). She is the co-founder of the Nakba Archive and co-directs the Critical Media Lab at McGill. Her films include Still Life (2007), Terrace of the Sea (2010), and So Dear, So Lovely (2018).
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