In their two-part film, Too Early/Too Late (Trop Tôt/Trop Tard), Jean-Marie Straub and Danièle Huillet return to sites of revolutionary movements in France and Egypt. They attempt to capture the contemporary condition of these sites, mainly from the perspective of the rural landscape.
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In Lebanon, questions of beauty, status, and wealth are closely linked to appearance and particularly body weight.
Fighting evil, reviving fallow soil, growing a sulky flower, escaping the underground world, defeating giants, defying a brutal sultan, untying gnarly knots, and healing helpless patients: in the prodigious fairy tales of the renowned Turkish poet Nazım Hikmet, all of these seemingly impossible feats are achieved by faith.