Syrian refugee boy turned to star in award-winning movie|Resident Movies

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As the award-winning film “Capharnaum” premiers in the Arab world, UNHCR tells the story of its leading actor, a Syrian refugee from Daraa whose life was forever changed after his experience. For footage of Zain's appearance at the Cannes Film Festival , please email us or contact directly Canal+ Information for media: If you would like to use this video to communicate refugee stories or require B-Roll, transcripts, stills or much more information, please contact hqvideo@unhcr.org. --- Keep up to date with our latest videos: https://www.youtube.com/user/unhcr?sub_confirmation=1 -- UNHCR, the UN refugee agency, works to protect and assist those fleeing war and persecution. Since 1950, we have helped tens of millions of people find safety and rebuild their lives. With your support, we can restore hope for many more. Read more at http://UNHCR.org Support our work with refugees now by subscribing to this channel, liking this video and sharing it with your friends and contacts. Thanks so much for your help.
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Henry Townsmyth
Being a refugee is so difficult but dumb people dislike them and not the wars that created them
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Leo Geekiyanage
That boy went to Lebanon because USA armed and created ISIS in Syria and Iraq
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Ash Alee
I just saw "Capernaum" last night - it is one of the best films I've ever seen. This young man, Zain Al Rafeea, is an amazing actor. His performance was beautiful and made me cry. I hope Zain has a very successful future and I look forward to seeing him in many more movies <3 He deserves all the happiness in the world.
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daren solomon
Don't forget the baby actor 😋
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Ron Mosely
They have been making these movies, about children enduring abject poverty , in places all over the world, since the 50s, like "The Bicycle Thief" and "Pathar Panchali", and not a damn thing has gotten better , in the world to end child poverty, fact of the matter it gets worse! We watch these movies , feel heartbroken, for a few weeks , then forget about it , and move on effecting no change and demanding none!
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Ahmet Aydemir
He should given Oscar with his performance
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Majid Khan
We know life of refugees how difficult. Because we spend a lot of time in refugees.
Our Allah help all refugees in the world. Special for Syrian peoples
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fari28
Bravo Nadine beautiful and smart and she done very well on this movie, as an Arab women I’m so proud of you, so much love from Morocco
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Emilio Bello
So glad a kid like him could have a great opportunity
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VJ
This was not just a movie. This was an experience! Thank you, Nadine Labaki and team. Love you, Zain!
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Hanan Alakhras
Zein I'm very happy for you have get a great life now. All the best for you and your family. Thank you Nadine thank you ❤❤❤❤UNHCR
From Syria
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Ctrex -3
Im actually a refugee my self and I'm 11...
When I first came to Canada life was tough we didn't know the language,I didn't have any friends,and I was mostly shy to ask someone to play with me but now I've been here 3 years and I've had a successful life so far... I competed in the spelling bee celebrated Christmas and thanksgiving!
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A. S
I wish the movie had a different story line. I have met many Syrian children who have endured hardship and had to help their families, most children lost their parents and had to support their younger siblings. The story of a boy suing his parents is way too western. When in reality these Arab children would never think of scooping that low to destroy their families lives more than their lives have already been destroyed.
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Nidam R. Ramos
It's so hard to displaced...
May God bless you all!!!
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Resistance 313
Proud of Lebanon they have helped a lot with these syrian refugees and proud of this Lebanese nominated movie 🇱🇧💪❤
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Elnura Zhenishbek
The most emotional movie i,ve ever watched! Thanks Nadine,from Kyrgyzstan
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nin
that kid is more mature than many adults..good luck Zain
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Blacbarbie37
I pray nothing but the best for him
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Aicha
He's soo good looking mashallah! You will be amazing and intelligent when you grow up. Bless you 💕Love from NZ 😙😚😗
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Fruit cake
May God protect all the children of this world from the evil of mankind
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Reti Kaza
It breaks my heart hearing a parent saying that he can't effort to pay for a banana...i know how hard is that for us (parents) ...
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Jasper B
40 dislike?? People you make me sick
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Jonny Ian
Thank you a lot UNHCR ❤
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People's Voice
Wow... Omg ninjas are chopping onions I think 😢
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Shahian Ftah
I hope to mer HIM here in Norway, because i live here and i also speak both Norwegian and arabic