Seeds on Stone
Muslim Across the World • Documentary, U, 01-Jan-2016
One in four people in Lebanon is escaping from another country. Some have arrived as early as the 1950s - and they never left. Children and grand-children are born refugees, and "home" becomes just a distant idea. This is the story of a family.
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