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It Must Be Heaven It Must Be Heaven

Elia Suleiman / France, Turkey, Canada, Germany, Qatar, Palestine / 2019 / 97 min

A "comedy of errors" in which the director's travels take him from Palestine to Paris and New York—yet everywhere he goes, it is his homeland that he finds.

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Elia Suleiman (Divine Intervention) has described his film as an "absurdity-fuelled burlesque". The film earned a Special Mention of the Jury at Cannes Film Festival and was also shown at Liffe.

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