Lebanese director born in Beirut, Hussen Ibrahim graduated in Film making from the Institute of Cinematic arts (AQABA, JORDAN), after having graduated in Interior Architecture. His short films have been selected in many festivals, including 3:30 which was awarded at the Franco-Arab Film Festival. He has participated in several screenplay workshops and has been selected in many co-production platforms for the development of his first film Tide.He has just directed a new short film entitled Sweet Disconnections, currently in post-production.


A married couple, each of a different citizenship, has just lost their child. In order to get their son's body out of the hospital and save the remains of their marriage troubled by this terrible death, the couple embarks on a journey to find official papers proving the child's Lebanese nationality so they can bury him decently.


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