It Must Be Heaven
Directed by Elia Suleiman
FRANCE/TURKEY | subtitled
Elia Suleiman, a real-life famed figure in Palestinian cinema, stars in his own film, personally investigating the meanings of being in exile and in search of a home. Opening in his native Palestine before moving to Paris and then New York, It Must Be Heaven comprises comedic vignettes, some whimsical, some wistful, some darker than others. With a screen presence that has been compared to Buster Keaton’s, Suleiman lends a detached bemusement to his observation of the minute oddities of daily life and the absurdities of nationalism, normality and identity.
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Venue: Landmark Cinemas | 250 Winnipeg Street