The Lebanese director Nadine Labaki (Caramel) raised a lot of buzz in the Cannes festival, where in the end he won the Jury Prize, with his latest work, Capernaum, in which he explores children's misery, the hardness of migrants' lives and the anguish of the day to eat. At its start, Capernaum, that arrives at the cinemas in Spain on February 15, and from which we premiere the trailer here, shows a kid in a court. He has sued his parents. Why? "For giving me life." From there, we understand that phrase with several flash backs about the terrible wanderings of the child through the streets of Beirut. An urban odyssey as hard as it is necessary so that we do not forget what happens in the world today.