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Genres Comedy Drama
Running Time 110 min
Release Date Jun 15, 2012
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Where Do We Go Now? (Et maintenant, on va ou?)

Fed up with mourning their husbands and sons, the women of a remote Lebanese village, where Christians and Muslims live side by side, concoct radically inventive schemes to prevent sectarian violence from further corrupting their loved ones. To quash interreligious conflicts, the women are not above sabotaging the village's sole television, colluding with the priest and imam, nor enlisting a busload of sexy Ukrainian strippers to distract their men.

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May 25, 2012 - Boston.com - By Ty Burr, Globe Staff

How can women ever get men to stop killing each other? That was the question that prompted Aristophanes to write “Lysistrata” in 411 BC and — the problem still being with us 2,500 years later — that is the question that bedevils “Where Do We Go Now?,” a rambunctious Lebanese comedy with a core of blackest sorrow. Where the Athenian playwright came up with a single novel response (no sex for anyone until the boys behave), director-co-writer-actress Nadine Labaki has her cast of village women throw different ideas against the wall to see what sticks. There are laughs, too, but they stick in your throat.

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