Critic Reviews for Tramontane
Though not without first film flaws, this echt-Lebanese drama intriguingly delves into the innumerable layers of deceit and willful amnesia that originated in the civil war but continue to straightjacket the nation's psyche.
Compelling because of the dignified performance of visually impaired musician Barakat Jabbour in the lead.
The barren yet tranquil countryside conceals the bloodshed that once ravaged it, but Boulghourjian is careful to omit politics or religion from his film as much as possible.
If you're no expert on Lebanon, the film's contemplations are all the more educational.
The performances are careworn and convincing, and the film is never less than compelling.
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