"It felt great to finally watch the original footage and put a face to all these voices that people have been listening to for ages."
( source : BlogBaladi - January 14, 2016 by Najib.)
“[Bennesbeh Labokra Chou] allows the older Lebanese generations to re-experience the powerfully nostalgic play that takes them back to a time when the Lebanon they knew ceased to exist. As for the younger generations, the film not only allows them to put faces to the familiar voices they grew up listening to on the radio, but they also have the chance to compare and reconstruct the scenes they imagined in their minds.”
( Source : Now media – 14January 2016- by Ranya Radwan)
“Far from distracting the audience, the camera maneuvers and zooms, emphasizing the characters. As Rahbani’s character rants and screams at his wife, the camera’s movements underline his rage, turning Rahbani’s small figure into an onscreen giant.”
( Source : Daily Star – 15 January 2016- by Nazih Osseiran)