It Must Be Heaven

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From Nazareth to Paris and on to America, Palestinian filmmaker and actor Elia Suleiman (Divine Intervention) returns to the big screen and searches for the future of his homeland. In skillfully arranged cinematic tableaus, the modern Buster Keaton presents his critique of the current zeitgeist. Before the eye of the silent observer, the mundane comes to a whimsical climax and exposes the absurdity of the present. "Suleiman’s gift is his ability to convey this uneasiness in the lightest of terms, making each scene an amusing encounter between his silent Everyman and the oddities around him. " (