Everyday Is a Holiday

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Every Day Is a Holiday
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Poster by Cinefondation
Directed by Dima El-Horr
Produced by Thierry Lenouvel
Nicole Gerhards
Sabine Sidawi-Hamdan
Hanneke M. van der Tas
Written by Dima El-Horr
Rabih Mroué
Starring Hiam Abbas
Manal Khader
Raïa Haidar
Music by Pierre Aviat
Cinematography Dominique Gentil
Release dates
  • September 15, 2009 (2009-09-15) (TIFF)
  • January 27, 2010 (2010-01-27) (France)
Running time
90 minutes
Country France
Lebanon
Language Arabic
French

Every Day Is a Holiday (French: Chaque jour est une fête; Arabic: كل يوم عيد‎) is a 2009 film by the Lebanese director Dima El-Horr. The film is on the official selection of 2009 Toronto International Film Festival.[1] It is the first feature film by Dima El-Horr.

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Three women, of different backgrounds, are on their way to prison to pay a visit to their men on independence day. As the story progresses, this journey becomes a quest for their own independence.

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