Mounir Maasri, Camile Salameh, Rudy Ghafari
Restricted to persons aged 15 and over unless accompanied by an adult
People hold on to the memory of their cities, and vice versa. Post-war, modern Beirut and its people have lost its anchors in an oblivious relationship. Vacant luxury stores and overpriced, unoccupied apartments have made the rebuilt city a costly monument of vanity, commodified heritage, and social-delusion.