A World Not Ours (Alam Laysa Lana)
70,000 people living in 1 square kilometre is what makes Ain el-Helweh the largest Palestinian refugee camp in Lebanon. This enlightening portrait, consisting of personal recordings, family archives and historical footage shot over twenty years, gets right to the heart of various lives within. Among the young and the old, the hopeful and the disillusioned, there is an unforgettable abundance of sadness, humour and passion.
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