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Discrimination documentary in Lebanon: So many. Where to start attacking the problems?

Posted on: July 18, 2017

Discrimination documentary in Lebanon: So many. Where to start attacking the problems?

See-Hear-Tell” is a documentary that rotates around the subject of discrimination, treated from kids’ point of view.

The documentary puts to test 8 kids between the age of 8 and 12 (2 Christians, 2 Sunnis, 2 Shiite, 2 Druze), giving them the opportunity to talk freely about the other religions and sects without letting them know that the treated subjects are basically racism and religious discrimination.

In this documentary, my target is not to attack the kids but to blame the society.

My intention is to recognize this dilemma and prove that we are under the influence of bad media, rising by that awareness around this subject, starting with the kids, and arriving to the adults.

Motivation and Objective:

After working with children between the age of 8 and 12 as a drama instructor, I noticed that our children give us the clearest image of our society. They are exposed to the media, they imitate how their parents treat and act towards someone who is “different”, and they bring to our face a reality we often try to hide.

Following an exercise I did in class with my students, I found that this subject is becoming a serious problem that we can no more ignore.


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