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Euro Film Panorama: Tue 3 Dec - Daily Recommendations

Ahram Online recommends 'Ship of Theseus' (India 2012), 'A World Not Ours' (Lebanon, UK, Denmark 2012) and 'Kon-Tiki' (Norway, UK 2012)

Ahram Online, Monday 2 Dec 2013
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Ship of Theseus (India 2012)

 

Ship of Theseus explores questions of identity, justice, beauty, meaning and death through the lives of a blind photographer, an ailing monk and a young stockbroker.

Tuesday 3 December, 6.30pm at Galaxy Cinema, 67 Abd El Aziz Al Saud St., El Manial (With talk by actress)

Read more on the film, watch its trailer and its screening times here.

Alam Laysa Lana (A World Not Ours) (Lebanon, UK, Denmark 2012)

 

A World Not Ours is an intimate and often humorous portrait of three generations of exiled refugees, in the refugee camp of Einel-Helweh in southern Lebanon. Based on a wealth of personal recordings, family archives, and historical footage, the film is a sensitive and illuminating study of belonging, friendship, and family.

Tuesday 3 December, 1pm at City Stars Cinema, Omar Ibn El-Khattab Street, Nasr City

Read more on the film, watch its trailer and its screening times here.

Kon-Tiki (Norway, UK 2012)

 

When anthropologist Thor Heyerdahl develops a theory that native Polynesians came originally from the Americas rather than Asia, his ideas are dismissed by the scientific community.  Determined to prove that the ocean journey would be possible, Heyerdahl builds a balsawood raft, the Kon-Tiki, and sets sail with five companions from Peru to Polynesia.

Tuesday 3 December, 9.30pm at Plaza Cinema, Americana Plaza Mall, Sheikh Zayed

Read more on the film, watch its trailer and its screening times here.

Read Ahram Online's review here.

 

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