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THE FIRST LEBANO-BRAZLIAN CO-PRODUCTION MOVIE HITS THE LEBANESE THEATERS IN DECEMBER 2014!

December 01, 2014

“Mother, I promise you I’ll save some cash and come back to you very shortly”-

“Tarek Abdel Rahim, The Last Stop”

 

THE FIRST LEBANO-BRAZLIAN CO-PRODUCTION MOVIE HITS THE LEBANESE THEATERS

IN DECEMBER 2014!

 Under the Patronage of the Ministry of Culture in Lebanon, and with the support of BLC Bank, The Last Stop was opening in Lebanon in a Red-Carpet Avant Premiere with the bolster of the Embassy of Brazil in Beirut, on Dec 1st at Grand Cinemas ABC Dbayeh.

 Starring the Lebanese legend Mounir Maasiri and directed by the Lebanese descendant Marcio Curi, The Last Stop narrates an almost true story centered on Two Lebanese teens who immigrate to Brazil in 1950, seeking a decent career, where life was cruel enough to deprive them from keeping their promise to their mother of coming back as soon as they save some money.

 

The plot of the movie which was shot in Lebanon and in Brazil, tackles in deep the immigration issue that prevails on almost every Lebanese home, in a drama-adaptation theme full of touchy messages and morals about tolerance, friendship, and the respect for diversity, which transcends religion and race.

 

“We went into this co-production due to our solid belief that the Immigration issue has been for so long of outmost impact on the Lebanese Society and Economy, whereas we intend not to project any commercial or entertaining movie rather than sending a loud message through Cinema”, says Mrs. Nouha Choufani the General Manager of Day Two Pictures.