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Capharnaüm is a movie starring Zain Al Rafeea, Yordanos Shiferaw, and Boluwatife Treasure Bankole. While serving a five-year sentence for a violent crime, a 12-year-old boy sues his parents for neglect.

Other Titles
Cafarnaum, Cafarnaúm: La ciudad olvidada, Cafarnaúm-La ciudad olvidada, Kefernahum, Kafarnaumas, Chaos, Cafarnaúm, Cafarnaúm: la ciudad olvidada, Kapernaum, Capernaum - Haos şi speranţă, Капернаум, Καπερναούμ, Capernaum - Stadt der Hoffnung, Cafarnao - Caos e miracoli, Kapernaum - kaaoksen lapset, Capernaum - Stadt der Hoffung, 我想有個家, 存在のない子供たち, Kafarnaum: A remény útja, Sonzai no nai kodomo-tachi, Kafarnaum, Capharnaum, Capernaum
Running Time
2 hours 6 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Nadine Labaki
Jihad Hojeily, Nadine Labaki, Michelle Keserwany, Georges Khabbaz, Khaled Mouzanar
Boluwatife Treasure Bankole, Kawsar Al Haddad, Zain Al Rafeea, Yordanos Shiferaw
Lebanon, Cyprus, France, UK, Qatar, USA
Audio Languages
日本語, اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Japanese, اللغة_العربية, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

With his family grappling with extreme poverty, forever indebted to their ruthless landlord, the sad twelve-year-old boy, Zain, is forced to fend for himself in the squalid and overcrowded slums of Beirut. Unable to save his eleven-year-old sister, Sahar, from an uneasy arrangement, Zain will soon find himself all alone in a faceless city, ending up at a small amusement park to befriend another lost soul: the Ethiopian cleaner and mother of one, Rahil. But, in this grim and hostile world, there is no room for dreamers--and as a horrifying discovery is the last straw--a rabid desire for retribution possesses Zain and his blood-thirsty knife demands justice. Who is to blame when love becomes hate, and life turns into an unendurable torment?

Comments about drama «Capharnaüm» (11)

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Emma R.

My sister's cousin was invited to the screening of "Cepharnaüm" in Berlin. My sister and I were both surprised by how much this film was moving. It is a really touching story of the two sisters and their relationship. The story is very touching, but I think the most moving part of the film is the music. The score is beautiful and gives a sense of sadness and sadness of the people. I think this film is really touching and touching for a reason. My sister and I are really happy about the movie and want to see it again. We both enjoyed it and would recommend this film to anyone.

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Gloria White

The film is not a documentary about the life of the family. Instead, it is an attempt to reveal the interior life of a family in Istanbul. The film has an excellent performance from Seyfert Esek, who is very impressive. He has not shown his best here, but he makes up for it in the second half of the film. There are a few moments in the film that seem to be badly edited, but this is not a problem. The direction of this film is excellent. The atmosphere is perfect, and the dialogue is very well written and very believable. The film is a very fine study of how a family and their lives can change in a matter of a few years. This is a very underrated film.

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An African-American woman (Kirsten Dunst) has been kidnapped and the police chief (Ben Kingsley) suspects her of being the killer of her husband. She has a history of mental illness and has been a caretaker for a mentally retarded woman, who was a friend of the woman she was arrested for murdering. The police chief wants to question her about the murder. There are many twists and turns in this movie, which is very suspenseful. There is a great cast, especially Dunst. I think the movie is very good, but I would not give it a 10/10. The movie is very suspenseful, but the ending is not very good.

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Melissa S.

Before I begin, let me point out that I am writing this comment after seeing this film a few weeks ago and my first review was of The Wicker Man. I still can't believe how well I like this movie. It's funny, dark, and incredibly sad. It's a film that is more like a fairy tale than a thriller, but it's also one that could be even better. I think what makes this movie so great is that it is realistic, which is a rare thing in a thriller. Most of the time you will be watching a thriller and you will feel as if you are watching something completely out of this world. It's like you are watching a real life version of this movie, but it's all so real. The ending is even more amazing than the first, and I would not be surprised if it was the best ending of any movie ever made. This is a movie that should be seen by everyone, no matter if they are a horror or a thriller fan. It will make you laugh, it will make you cry, it will make you laugh, and most importantly, it will make you smile.

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Olivia Gonzales

It is obvious that every film maker must know that if you want to make a good movie, you must first be able to communicate with the audience. In every movie I've seen, the director or screenwriter has communicated with the audience, and has made a movie that is visually beautiful, with characters that are interesting and are completely believable. The movie "Sankara" is a film about a girl named Daman (Izzet Taha) who lives in the Turkish countryside and has a son and a brother, all of whom are disabled. The family runs a dairy farm where they are famous for producing the most delicious milk. When the family patriarch, Tufan (Suri Yalçi), passes away, his daughter-in-law, Seli (Bekir Elci) starts a new life in the city, where she meets a new man and starts a new life with him. This is the story of their love story. The movie is very well written, has a very good rhythm and is very colorful. I really liked the photography and I found myself constantly checking my watch to see if the movie would end. The actors are all very talented and the directing is well done. It is a very good film.

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Scott Rice

I don't like the movie, but I must say I liked it. I saw it because it was on television and it was about the same time that I saw "Before Sunset". I think this movie is just as good, if not better. I think that this movie is about love, loneliness, death, the human condition, relationships, loss, and friendship. I think that the most important point in this movie is that you need to understand the story, but not the ending. I think that the director made the best choice with the ending. If you don't understand the ending, you won't understand the rest of the movie. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.

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It is amazing how many people do not know the history of Egypt. I'm a real fan of the movie, and I was a big fan of Egypt in the 50's, but when I saw this movie I knew for sure that it was something special. The story of Egypt and the Pharaohs is an old one. I would like to see more movies about the Egyptian history, and I think the movie could be a real step in the right direction for Egyptian movies. Egypt is a beautiful country, and I think this movie is a great example of that. I recommend this movie to anyone who is a real fan of Egypt, but also anyone who is interested in watching a movie about a country that is such a big part of the world. I hope to see more movies from Egypt in the future. I also recommend this movie to people who like romance and thrillers, because it's one of the best ones. 9/10

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Wayne Pena

I'm not a huge fan of German cinema, but this film really made me a believer. It was a pure pleasure to watch this film, as the story was so well told. You feel connected to the characters, but you don't feel like the characters have to make a big story out of it. You just see what happens, and what's going on in their lives. It's really refreshing to see a movie that has a story without many big special effects. And it doesn't feel like a typical Bollywood film, where everything is so huge, that it's boring to watch. This film is simply about people. It's about life, love, and death. It's about the connection between a man and a woman, and how one can go through the trials of a lifetime and never give up. This film is so great, it's a must-see.

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The last movie I've seen in the Cannes film festival is The Hunchback of Notre Dame. I was in my early teens and had never seen the movie before. But the reception and the reaction of the audience was something I had never seen before. There were so many laughs and all those emotions came out. It's a very emotional movie, which makes you feel every emotion, like a family in mourning. It's a very dark movie and you have to keep in mind that the picture was taken in 1920. But it's a great movie. It's a movie I will watch again and again. It's a movie which will make you laugh, cry, and always leave you with the feeling that you're part of the family.

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The film, "Capharnaüm" is a German movie directed by Joachim Bloch, and is a German movie with a very long running time, at 2 hours and 11 minutes. The movie is about a young man, named Friedrich (Friedrich Kaspar), who is in his first year of college, and who is a witness to a murder. After the murder, he is sent to a mental institution, and he has to work through his problems. He meets with a couple of people, one of whom is an older woman, and another who is a nurse. The nurse tells him about the young man who has committed the murder. He then gets involved with the woman, and she takes him to a brothel. He also meets a woman who works in the brothel, and they become friends. They then become involved with the woman, and she helps him with his problems. The movie is very slow-moving, and it is very depressing. It is also very hard to watch. It is very hard to find the movie in a language you can understand, but if you can, it is a very good movie. The acting is very good, and the movie is very slow-moving. The movie is very depressing, but it is also very good. I would recommend this movie to people who like a slow-moving movie.

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Jordan C.

This is an excellent movie. It is a bit slow at times but is overall very good. I do not know why it is not in the top 250 but it is definitely worth a watch. It is very realistic and does not try to be too smart. The movie is very realistic in its portrayals of Turkish people. The movie does not try to be overly realistic but the portrayals of the people are very realistic and you do not get bored watching the movie. The movie has a lot of symbolism and is very interesting and well thought out. The acting is also very good and the characters are very well acted. I highly recommend this movie. It is a must see movie.