Caramel (2007) 1080p YIFY Movie

Caramel (2007) 1080p

Six women in Beirut seek love, marriage, and companionship and find duty, friendship, and possibility. Four work at a salon: Nisrine, engaged to Bassam, with a secret she shares with her co-workers; Jamale, a divorced mother of teens, a part-time model, fearing the encroachment of time; Rima, always in pants, attracted to Siham, a client who smiles back; Layale, in love with a married man, willing to drop everything at a honk of his horn. There's also Rose, a middle-aged seamstress, who cares for Lili, old and facing dementia. Rose has a suitor; Layale has an admirer on the police force. Is delight a possibility? Is caramel a sweet or an instrument of pain?

IMDB: 7.11 Likes

  • Genre: Comedy | Drama
  • Quality: 1080p
  • Size: 1.76G
  • Resolution: 1920*1040 / 24 fpsfps
  • Language: Arabic 5.1  
  • Run Time: 95
  • IMDB Rating: 7.1/10 
  • MPR: PG
  • Peers/Seeds: 2 / 4

The Synopsis for Caramel (2007) 1080p

Six women in Beirut seek love, marriage, and companionship and find duty, friendship, and possibility. Four work at a salon: Nisrine, engaged to Bassam, with a secret she shares with her co-workers; Jamale, a divorced mother of teens, a part-time model, fearing the encroachment of time; Rima, always in pants, attracted to Siham, a client who smiles back; Layale, in love with a married man, willing to drop everything at a honk of his horn. There's also Rose, a middle-aged seamstress, who cares for Lili, old and facing dementia. Rose has a suitor; Layale has an admirer on the police force. Is delight a possibility? Is caramel a sweet or an instrument of pain?


The Director and Players for Caramel (2007) 1080p

[Director]Nadine Labaki
[Director]Nadine Labaki
[Role:]Yasmine Al Massri
[Role:]Gisèle Aouad
[Role:]Joanna Moukarzel


The Reviews for Caramel (2007) 1080p


A Delicious Confection..Reviewed bysecretarygirlVote: 8/10

You know those films that you walk out of and just feel GREAT about life? Caramel definitely has to be one of the most well-done films that I've ever seen come out of the Middle East.

I saw this film at the TIFF on the last day of the festival. This follows the story of five women who are all connected through life in a beauty shop. Yet, unlike Latifah's Beauty Shop, this film really focuses on sisterhood, pressing social issues, and love. Issues of homosexuality, adultery, religious customs, and aging are explored in an unbiased way.

Labaki is very clear with her desire to maintain an objective point of view on life and leave it to the viewer to come to their own conclusions about what to believe.

Basically, I would recommend this film to anyone. It's heartwarming, it's tear-jerking, it's laugh-inspiring. I loved it, and I think anyone would, regardless of what background, and what social standing. Any woman would be able to see themselves in at LEAST one of the women in this film. It's a great snapshot into the lives of these women. I also went with three men to to this film, and every single one of them (whose tastes range from The Godfather to American History X) loved this film as well. Go see it! I really hope that this film gets nominated for the Best Foreign Film Academy Award. Labaki deserves it.

A beautiful film made with heart from a Lebanese womanReviewed byTedzey71Vote: 9/10

I originally found out about this film from reading a review in a film critic magazine. When I saw the words "Lebanon" under the title of the film "Caramel", I instantly thought of the hair waxing technique my mother would use for her customers (she is a Lebanese hair stylist). When I finally got my hands on this film, I fell in love with its characters and camera work. Everything this movie depicts on a Christian or Muslim woman living in Lebanon is so true. My mother tells me that there is still a light in Lebanon even at times of war, which is what director Nadine Labaki shows. I love how she takes Lebanese cinema (which has always been as old fashion as a mickey mouse cartoon)and made a film Americans would appreciate that deals with issues such as sex and religion. A must see film.

Excellent!Reviewed byabouelnouboulVote: 9/10

I just saw the movie yesterday evening. I was really impressed. I was mainly impressed with the overall quality of the movie. I think it will appeal to Lebanese and foreigners, men and women.

If you're Lebanese, just stop reading and go see the movie! I'm sure you'll love it, and I'm sure you'll be sitting in the theater making analogies to people you know who are similar in character to one of the women in the movie. If you're a woman, I bet you will relate to at least one of them!

If you're not Lebanese, also just go see it whenever it's released in your country! I'm sure you'll also relate to the characters but in addition, you'll have the opportunity to see the world from a different perspective, a Lebanese woman's perspective.

The movie is full of emotions, it will make you smile, laugh, and cry. Nadine Labaki managed to balance these emotions very successfully throughout the movie.

Congratulations Nadine on a job well done!

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