A 'Caramel'-Coated Version of Beirut The film Caramel explores the lives of five women who spend their time at a Beirut beauty salon. Director Nadine Labaki discusses her unusual take on the lives of Arab women in Lebanon.

A 'Caramel'-Coated Version of Beirut

A 'Caramel'-Coated Version of Beirut

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The film Caramel explores the lives of five women who spend their time at a Beirut beauty salon. Nadine Labaki discusses why she decided to take a different approach to the lives of Arab women in Lebanon.