Directed by Kenton Oxley and Hassiba Freiha, Farah is a psychological thriller exploring mental health and family dynamics in Beirut.
The storyline starts with a pre-med student experiencing recurring nightmares. She eventually decides to see a doctor, who prescribes her the controversial antidepressant Xapa, also known as Joy. But her nightmares only worsen.
A link between her and her birth mother Farah emerges when Lina sets out to discover hidden family secrets, leading to shattering truths.
Farah first premiered at Beirut International Women Film Festival. The film is written by Hassiba Freiha, directed by Kenton Oxley, and stars Lebanese actors like Stephanie Atala, Majdi Machmouchi, Hassiba Freiha, and Youssef Boulos.