It Must Be Heaven directed by Elia Suleiman (Palestine/France/Qatar/Germany/Canada) 2019 presents a sly parody of three cultures seen through the eyes of a film director.
Suleiman plays the main character in the film begining in Bethlehem with personal exchanges between him and his neighbors.
Much of the story takes place in a surrealistic Paris before moving on to New York, and concluding back home in Bethlehem, which has changed very little during his absence abroad.
It Must Be Heaven is a slow-paced, meditative work requiring a degree of patience to fully enjoy.
The film screened twice in the Bay Area during the 23rd Annual Arab Film Festival ending today.
Contact Arab Film And Media Institute for more information.
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