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IT MUST BE HEAVEN at the Raiffeisen Open Air Cinema

Tonight at 20:30 at the Raiffeisen Open Air Cinema, Palestinian director and actor Elia Suleiman presented his new film IT MUST BE HEAVEN to the audience. The film’s premiere was at this year’s Cannes Film Festival, where it received a Special Mention from the jury.

Elia Suleiman escapes from Palestine seeking an alternative homeland, only to find that Palestine is trailing behind him. The promise of a new life turns into a comedy of errors: however far he travels, from Paris to New York City, something always reminds him of home.
 
You can watch the movie in one of the following showings.
 
Director: Elia Suleiman
Cast: Elia Suleiman, Tarik Kopti, Kareem Ghneim, George Khleifi, Ali Suliman, Fares Muqabaa, Yasmine Haj, Nael Kanj, Asmaa Azaizy, Grégoire Colin, Vincent Maraval, Claire Dumas, Antoine Cholet, Eric Cornet, Yumi Narita, Kengo Saito, Stephen McHattie, Raïa Haïdar, Fadi Sakr, Kwasi Songui, Guy Sprung, Nancy Grant, Alain Dahan, Gael García Bernal
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