Miguel's War (2021)
Critic Reviews for Miguel's War
By focusing on one person, the breadth of Lebanon's troubled collective experience is uncovered, and with humor, honesty and a common humanity it can be brought into the open for potential healing.
At times frustrating but always rooted in relatable honesty.
Shows the possibilities of cinema as an instrument of healing. [Full review in Spanish]
It's a powerful portrait of a person and place, and one of the most impressive documentaries of the year.
Taking cues from Shirley Clarke's "Portrait of Jason" (1967), Raheb takes a no-holds barred approach, not flinching from asking tough questions while not compromising the dignity of her subject.
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