Show Us the Money and We Will Resist 1
In 1994, when tuning onto TéléLiban to watch the evening news, you would find yourself watching a very curious episode of the series Being Camelia. Unlike anything that was aired on primetime Lebanese television before, viewers’ reactions varied from rejection to incomprehension that such content, considered confusing and irrelevant, was being shown on national television. Being Camelia was one of the three series that Mohamed Soueid made during his time at TéléLiban. After leaving the station in 1997, Soueid decided to pay tribute to that period and to all those that accompanied him in his formal and narrative experimentations and started filming Tango of Yearning.