|Plot||Images and poems of a city, Phoenician, roman, Arabic or Lebanese, but "a thousand times dead and a thousand time rebuilt". The images of this film do not explain anything, they reveal the ruins and listen to them. They are our memories' keepers. They are the oblivion of oblivion. "They are poems by Nadia Tuéni with which my images merged. Or maybe the contrary, who knows ? Images of a modern archeology..."... search for Beyrouth de Pierre et de Mémoires on IMDb|
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