A quirky, enigmatic car salesman is happy to fob off his desperate clients with old cars as long as the wheels and the body look new. Could that be a metaphor for the Libyan government when you live in Benghazi?
This short documentary was made during a SDI documentary workshop in Libya, organised by the British Council.
Screening Formats: Digi-Beta, DVD
OFFICIAL SELECTION – Jihlava Film Festival 2013
OFFICIAL SELECTION – EcransMed Montreal 2013
OFFICIAL SELECTION – Zagrebdox 2013
OFFICIAL SELECTION – Shnit International Short Film Festival 2013
Compilation Screened at:
Encounters 2013 (UK)
Yogyakarta Documentary Film Festival 2013 (Indonesia)
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This film was made as part of Stories, an opportunity for companies wanting to support filmmakers worldwide.
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