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Zozo is a Swedish-Lebanese drama film which was released to cinemas in Sweden on 2 September 2005.
|Directed by||Josef Fares|
|Written by||Josef Fares|
|Produced by||Anna Anthony|
|Music by||Adam Nordén|
Zozo tells the story of a Lebanese boy (Imad Creidi), during the civil war, who gets separated from his family and ends up in Sweden.
The film was directed by Swedish-Lebanese director Josef Fares. The story is mostly inspired by Fares' real life immigration to Sweden during the war.
The film was Sweden's representative for Best Foreign film at the 78th Academy Awards. It won The Nordic Council Film Prize in 2006.
- ^ "Zozo" (in Swedish). Swedish Film Database. 2 September 2005. Retrieved 2 October 2016.
- ^ Sullivan, Moira (2005-09-29). "Zozo to be Sweden's Oscar contribution". The Local SE. Retrieved 2023-03-06.