Lebanese filmmaker Nadine Labaki's most recent film Capharnaüm is still going strong, and international celebrities are ensuring the momentum is maintained.
It started when Oprah Winfrey praised the film and its team prior to the 91st Academy Awards - Capharnaüm was nominated for an Oscar, but didn't win. But, the film's message will live forever, it seems.
British rock band Coldplay recently shared a few words with fans on Twitter with regards to the film. It seems as though the band's lead singer, Chris Martin, may have taken over the official Twitter account (first-person was used in the tweet).
Anyway, Martin (or the band collectively, who knows!) revealed his favorite music lately ... and then randomly included a six-word line encouraging fans to watch Capharnaüm.
"Also; maybe watch the film Capernaum," Coldplay tweeted.
Arab Twitter users just fell in love with the band all over again
"Chris Martin just recommended Capharnaüm ... I'm ..."
"This is why they're my favorite band!!"
The film, which was released on Sept. 20, tells the story of a child who struggles to survive and sues his family "for giving him life in the first place."
He was not registered at birth, as his parents could not afford the fees required to do so. He exists, but not on paper. He has no I.D. card, meaning he is unable to get a passport, attend school, or get medical assistance.
Following the film's release, Labaki received international acclaim and earned a 15-minute standing ovation at Cannes Film Festival.
It also won the Jury Prize award at the festival. Labaki's masterpiece has since been nominated for a BAFTA (British Academy Film Awards), an Academy Award, and a Golden Globe in the Foreign Language Film category.
The film has also won awards at different film festivals around the world including the Stockholm International Film Festival, the Melbourne International Film Festival, and the Qatari Ajyal Film Festival.