France, Germany, Canada, Turkey
It Must Be Heaven
Elijah Suleiman flees Palestine in search of a new home. With an open mind he explores the world and looks with wonder at the places where he comes. Yet he always notices that in all those locations there is something that reminds him of his native country.
With "It Must Be Heaven" director Elia Suleiman does not want to make a statement or deliver a pamphlet about the political situation in Palestine, but assumes that the viewer is aware of the situation and has already made his own judgment. What Suleiman does is take a new perspective on what it means to be Palestinian in a global context. Something he succeeds by incorporating subtle humor in his travel stories.
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