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Timelife
“Come with what you have done, and what you have not, I take it all”
Timelife
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Timelife   is   a   lifeline,   an   umbilical   cord   linking faces to their dreams and their questions. ​A   French   actress   ​chooses   to   give   birth   as   she loves:   alone,   at   home.   ​A   Syrian   film   director ​persits   in   living   in   the   motherland,   despite   the war.   A   French   Congolese   actress   ​gives   her voice   to   faces   of   all   colors.   A   Central   African dancer    ​animates    the    aground    dreams    of    a whole   continent.      ​In   the   meantime,   a   Jordan writer ​puts the Lebanese civil war into words​. ​And     a     7-year-old     child     struggles     with     a diaphragm    to    decide    how    much    light    she should let in her camera lens. To    wring    8    years    of    love    into    a    filming intoxication.   The   narrative   takes   root   in   each moment   of   reality.   The   truth,   extracted   from context, is fictionalized. A way of staging life. The   film   circles   the   faces,   gets   close   to   the characters to touch their hearts. Timelife homebirths ​lives, hopes and ​love.​