Birds of September
| 99 min
| English (United States)
A glass van drives through the streets of Beirut. In it a camera that examines the city from behind the glass. People are invited to share a personal moment.
It is a thoughtful portrait of some of the city's inhabitants as they sit at the back of the van and express their innermost thoughts.
Sarah Francis' documentary BIRDS OF SEPTEMBER is her debut film and was screened at CPH: DOX and the Art of the Real New York.
"A portrait of a city and the people who live there, which amazingly enough manages to unite a number of otherwise highly different genres into a unified whole. An original and accomplished film by a young director with a curly but razor-sharp signature." (CPH:DOX)