Lebanese filmmaker features the life of a Syrian street child in a short film

10:10 PM | 9 Mar, 2018
Lebanese filmmaker features the life of a Syrian street child in a short film
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Via Stepfeed

Lebanon- Recently a short film is making rounds around national and international film festivals which is based on a Syrian girl trying to make a living on the streets of Lebanon. This film “MARAM” is directed by Samer Beyhum which documents the realities of children who are displaced from their homes to different parts of the world.

Via Film Freeway

The lead of this film is a young girl who is forced to make a living out of selling flowers on the roads of Beirut. It is a 6 minutes long documentary which shows the life of “Maram”, a young girl who is selling flowers in the middle of the night with hopes and aspirations. The name “Maram” even translates to “aspiration”.

Via Monthly film festival

The mind behind Maram, Beyhum talks about how the team just wanted to showcase the life of such children who are forced to work because of the displacement showing their dreams and hopes. The primary reason behind this documentary was to discuss the grave issue behind Syrian displacement which talks about education of these children which should be the utmost priority regardless of their status.