Where Do We Go Now? details
|Formats:||12 DVD, 12A LOVEFiLM Instant|
|Starring:||Nadine Labaki, Claude Baz Moussawbaa, Leyla Hakim|
|Genre:||Comedy - Drama|
|Original title||Et maintenant, on va oł?|
|Collections:||March Picks, October - Comedy, Our Instant Picks, Staff Picks|
Where Do We Go Now?
|1hr 37 mins||12A|
LOVEFiLM Instant Information
|Run time:||1 hour 37 minutes|
|Rental release:||To be confirmed|
By Tom Charity from LOVEFiLM
This tragic-comic film - complete with musical sequences - has become the third biggest movie in its native Lebanon.
Most helpful review
Stunning filmBy Maritini (1 review) , 21 Jun 2012
[Highly rated reviewer]I went to the screening of this last night and was moved to write a review, it was brilliant. Touching, funny, heartwarming and poignant. I found it of a similar ilk to the Best Exotic Marigold Hotel, but would perhaps appeal to a wider demographic. Excellent follow up to Caramel.
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Make love not war.By Loopgrinder (115 reviews) , 20 May 2013The reviews here seem a little over-rated. That said this is a good black comedy with quirky undertones and well worth the watch. However it is a little slow and feels a lot longer than its 97 minutes. Not for everybody.
brilliant story.By a customer , 16 May 2013Tragedy, comedy and a bit of romance. But brilliant story though. Women can start a war, and women can end it.
absolutely mesmerisingBy a customer , 14 May 2013amazzzzzing watch now!!!this is like no other film you will have ever seen...heart warming tragic and hilariously funny..watch or regret it
One of the most memorable films I have seenBy LouiseGJ (2 reviews) , 09 May 2013I agree with all the raving reviews, this is such an achievement in every aspect. What seems a little simple film about simple people turns to be a giant of sensitivity, humour, drama. Don't miss it it is truly wonderful.
All that you ever wantedBy Odinon (1 review) , 05 May 2013Amazingly crafted, love the small interludes with the music and choreographies. From the start you are glue to the screen, just to watch how this women are with each other and deal with the difficult religious differences between them and their neighbours. The small love story in the middle is well crafted, and just explored enough for you to end loving it. Thank gods a change from Hollywood movies.