Heaven Without People, the Lebanese movie that recently rose to the top of Netflix’s most-watched list in Lebanon, is only gaining more popularity and views on the streaming service, 3 days after its release.
After replacing Fifty Shades Freed at the third spot of the top list on Sunday, Heaven Without People took another daring step upwards today, beating Hollywood’s Inception to become the 2nd most-watched movie on Netflix in Lebanon!
The momentum that this Lebanese movie has been gaining also launched it right to the 3rd place on the list of top movies and series, after being the 7th on that list on Sunday.
Meanwhile, Lebanese social media users are sharing their love of the dinner-table drama-comedy film and complementing the team behind it for its captivating story, compelling dialogue and suspense, and remarkable acting.
Perhaps one of the aspects that make the “must-watch” production the sensation that it’s becoming, as Twitter users have pointed out, is its portrayal of common social themes in Lebanese communities in a very relatable and realistic manner.
The award-winning Heaven Without People is so appreciated by those who have seen it, in fact, that some of them are tagging its writer and director, Lucien Bourjeily, on social media, requesting a sequel.
At the top movies list, the Lebanese film is currently only preceded by the new Netflix comedy, The Wrong Missy, which debuted on the platform on Wednesday, 13th.
You can board the speeding hype train by checking out Lucien Bourjeily’s Heaven Without People on Netflix; it’s up there with the best, so you don’t have to look for long.
Heaven Without People is available on Netflix worldwide. If you are outside Lebanon, do a quick search for it on Netflix.
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