Toronto International Film Festival • Drama
Trapped in a city under siege, mother of three Oum Yazan (Hiam Abbass) struggles to keep her family and neighbors safe by converting her Damascus apartment into a barricaded shelter. But with war raging outside and snipers preventing any means of escape, their situation grows even more dire when armed bandits infiltrate the building and begin to threaten them from within.
DIRECTED BY PHILIPPE VAN LEEUW
BELGIUM, FRANCE, LEBANON | 2017 | ARABIC WITH ENGLISH SUBTITLES
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