I have forever been a spontaneous witness of the evolution of this
city. I have been filming and taking pictures of it for over 30
years, afraid it might disappear. It is true that Beirut never ceases
to evolve, to be destroyed and rebuilt. Today we are experiencing an
overwhelming urbanization with city planners allowing for the
construction of boundless skyscrapers.
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