Eisa is a retired radio host who takes a bus from Damascus to Aleppo to visit his daughter Dima, who lost her husband during the violence that engulfed the Syrian north. Along the way he sees the destruction across the Syrian heartland, interacting with passengers from different segments of Syrian society, all of whose lives were ruined and deformed by the conflict.
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Syrian movie “Damascus-Aleppo” just won Best Arabic Movie Award in Alexandria International Film Festival for Mediterranean Countries! Read More