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What Is Buried
Must Remain
LPI Film Production Elias Mattar With: 2 RED RABBIT FILM In collaboration with 2 Red Rabbit Films and the Young Syrian Filmmakers, LPI Film Production is pleased to announce our first commercial feature film: What Is Buried Must Remain
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What Is Buried Must Remain

In collaboration with 2 Red Rabbit Films and the Young Syrian Filmmakers, LPI Film Production is pleased to announce our first commercial feature film: What Is Buried Must Remain
 
This film was written by Elias Matar, Edward E. Romero, Hamza Aldahab and Israa Samman. Filming will begin June 2021.
The Story

A tale of modern horror found in an ancient place

Set in the Beqaa Valley, Lebanon, What Is Buried Must Remain is a tale of modern horror found in an ancient place. When a young Syrian boy goes missing near an abandoned house, three young filmmakers set out to investigate and document the mysterious disappearance.  Soon they find themselves caught in the middle of an otherworldly war that has been raging in the house for decades.

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