2011. Lebanon/France. Dir: Nadine Labaki. With Labaki. 110 min.
Christians and Muslims peacefully co- habit an isolated Lebanese town, but it’s up to the women to keep the incorrigible men-folk from feuding. The increasingly elaborate array of distaff distractions lend a smartly satirical, allegorical, and feminist air to the film without diminishing the gravity of the country’s struggles.
Tonight. 8pm. Goldsmith Family Cinema. Free.