CAPERNAUM is the place around the Sea of Galilee where Jesus of Nazareth preached during Biblical times. According to the film title appearing on screen, it also means chaos – a word that accurately describes director Nadine Labaki’s gut-wrenching story of poverty as seen from the eyes of a young boy in Lebanon. CAPERNAUM is guerrilla filmmaking at its best winning at Cannes 2018, both the Jury Prize and Prize of the Ecumenical Jury. Filmed in Arabic.
The film opens with a young handcuffed boy brought to court where he is being tried for murder. He has stabbed a man several times.
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