Zozo

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For the children's book character called "Zozo" in the UK, see Curious George. For the village in New Mexico, see Carrizozo, New Mexico.
Zozo
Zozo (2005 film) poster.jpg
Directed by Josef Fares
Produced by Anna Anthony
Written by Josef Fares
Starring Imad Creidi
Antoinette Turk
Elias Gergi
Carmen Lebbos
Music by Adam Nordén
Release dates
2005
Running time
103 minutes
Country Lebanon
Sweden
Language Swedish
Arabic

Zozo is a 2005 Swedish-Lebanese film about a Lebanese boy (Imad Creidi) during the civil war, who gets separated from his family and ends up in Sweden. It was directed by Swedish-Lebanese director Josef Fares. The story is mostly inspired by Fares' real life immigration to Sweden during the war.

The film was Sweden's representative for Best Foreign film at the 78th Academy Awards.[1] It won The Nordic Council Film Prize in 2006.

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