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Vatican newspaper praises Where Do We Go Now?

Catholic World News - March 08, 2012

L’Osservatore Romano has published a positive review of Where Do We Go Now?, a 2011 Lebanese film in which Christian and Muslim women in a village attempt to prevent men from engaging in conflict.

“Nadine Labaki's women, for their part, are on a parallel quest for a peaceful and vital channel between the community and an unbounded sky, to the point that they minimize or gloss over even serious events so as not to trigger a spiral of vendettas and the disinterment of weapons and ammunition,” writes reviewer Isabella Farinelli.

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