What initially started as an assemblage of homemade videos evolved into a fleshy documentary. "A world not ours" is a Palestinian documentary directed by Mahdi Fleifel and produced in 2012. The film is an intimate, humorous portrait of three generations of exile in the refugee camp of Ein El Helweh in southern Lebanon. I've seen at VENT and I definitely recommend it. It'll make you laugh.. it'll make you cry
Well edited familial documentary concerning a young man's history with a Palestinian refugee camp in Lebanon and his return visits there over a period of years. Through his connection with relations and friends he comes to lose the romanticized version of his history and come to understand the 'time stands still' aspect of life there. Created in 1948 the so-called temporary has become permanent despite hope.
wonderful, beautiful, amazing, charming, the way he's trying to show us, a miserable, wistful, shameful, distasteful situation that the palestinian refugees living in the camps. the best documentary i ever saw about the Palestinian refugee camps in lebanon ...and as they say"the word can kill more then a bullet" i think the movie delivered a picture we spent years fighting for in a peacefully way.