Grandma, a Thousand Times (2011)
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Warmhearted and defiantly unsentimental, "Grandma, a Thousand Times" gains lightness from Teta's tart observations ... and the director's stylistic sprightliness.
It's at least enough to inspire a phone call to your own grandparents.
Teta, Alf Marra is a loving portrait of Teta's aging process, at once funny and reverent, amiable and acute.
Charming, short tribute to Lebanese filmmaker's beloved Beirut grandmother, her memories and deep-rooted values is more home movie than big-screen-worthy, but will warm up any screen.
Director Mahmoud Kaabour is Fatima's grandson, and she instantly seizes on--lightly, in her way--the guilt and panic that's inspired him to make this film.
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