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Ratings & Reviews

  1. Alison Wroblewski's rating of the film Caramel

    I loved watching this film. The subtly of the characters didn't hit anything on the nose. It allows the audience to feel for these people without being told how to feel. Can't wait to see more from Nadine Labaki.

  2. raggiodisole's rating of the film Caramel

    A lovely watch, honest and pure of heart

  3. Squashua's rating of the film Caramel

    An airy, fluttering mosaic of the lives of Islamic women in Beirut. Whilst lovingly shot with deft touch and charm, the perils of having five central storylines within a 95 minute time-frame is that not everything, or everyone, ends up with enough screen time to really delve into their desires, fears or psyches. There were threads that drew me in more so that others, but finished before they even properly began.

  4. tintinmugshot's rating of the film Caramel

  5. Inderjit Sanghera's rating of the film Caramel

    The phrase "it’s a man's world" certainly applies to the Beirut in which 'Caramel' is set, yet Labaki is able to reclaim the world for the women in the film by showing the small, but significant, victories, hopes and dreams of women who sometimes flounder under the sea of patriarchy, but always resurface to reclaim the love, dignity and friendship which should be their right.

  6. Peter Taylor's rating of the film Caramel

    Beautiful film; refreshing view of muslim women, community and loving relations.

  7. Ayesha Casely-Hayford's rating of the film Caramel

    Such a beautiful film. So sensitively shot. Stunning and moving performances from the cast.

  8. Penelope q's rating of the film Caramel

    Sensual, taste of honey and time almost lost.

  9. GreenROCK's rating of the film Caramel

    A passage of life in Beirut. The film does not break any ground but it is always pleasure to watch Nadine's work.

  10. empcollapse's rating of the film Caramel

  11. Diogo Henrique Martins's rating of the film Caramel

  12. Gokce Gursoz's rating of the film Caramel

  13. cyrikelly's rating of the film Caramel

    La féminité dans tout ses sens

  14. .Ana.'s rating of the film Caramel

    This reminded me of Almodovar deep and yet light and funny female dramas. The feminine atmosphere, the characters' tenderness, strength and touching friendship is endearing.

  15. anarresti's rating of the film Caramel

    There is something sweet and subtle about Nadine Labaki's film. Maybe almost feminist, definitely feminine. Absolutely delicious this peek into the conversations of women, usually with no men around. And what is shown is shown with candure and dignity, with humour and sensuality. Like the slowness, the color of caramel. And these are Lebanese women, arabic, francophone. Read between every two lines.

  16. espaçonimas's rating of the film Caramel

    CARAMEL, de Nadine Labaki, este domingo dia 20, às 15h30 no Espaço Nimas.

  17. Renata's rating of the film Caramel

    will there be english subtitles available?

  18. Simona's rating of the film Caramel

  19. Lutka's rating of the film Caramel

    beautiful caramel world <3

  20. Sefer Taslı Sapık's rating of the film Caramel

  21. Abdullah Kılınç's rating of the film Caramel

  22. Andrea Lazzaroni's rating of the film Caramel

  23. Salma Dahab's rating of the film Caramel

    You'll LIKE the caramel !

  24. Dee's rating of the film Caramel

    I thought it was beautiful. " Five Lebanese women tackling forbidden love, binding traditions, repressed sexuality, the struggle to accept the natural process of age, and duty vs. desire. Labaki's film is unique for not showcasing a war-ravaged Beirut but rather a warm and inviting locale where people deal with universal issues."