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Nadine Labaki is three-for-three.Lebanon's most prominent filmmaker has seen all three of her films premiere at Cannes to considerable acclaim and go on to represent her country as Oscar submissions.The first twoCaramel(2007) andWhere Do We Go Now?(2011) became international arthouse hits.Her newest featureCapernaum,distributed by Sony Pictures Classics,recently began its platform release in the USand will hopefully see the same warm reception.It's her best shot yet at an Oscar nomination,having made the finals in foreign film.Her Cannes jury prize winner looks at the refugee crisis in Lebanon by focusing on one Syrian boy named Zain (played by Zain Al Rafeea) who is trying to survive on his own.It's a visceral must-see and should elevate Labaki's already healthy reputation as a world class director.

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