The Lebanese singer, Myriam Fares, raised a state of controversy, after the documentary film "The Journey" was shown on the "Netflix" platform, on June 3, which sheds light on her suffering throughout the months of her pregnancy with her second child (Dave). ) during the period of home isolation, which she spent due to the Corona pandemic last year.

As well as the stages of preparation for her new album.

Despite viewers' sarcastic comments on the documentary,

However, it has topped views on Netflix for a week since its launch.

The pioneers of social networking sites circulated excerpts from the film, and opinions were divided, between supporters, opponents and cynics. Some were affected by the content of the film, while others saw the documentary as a provocation to viewers, who suffered painfully during the months of domestic isolation, both in the stages of infection of families with the Corona virus and recovery. From it, or from the problems of home education, the curfew and the closure of livelihood doors for many, who have been laid off from their jobs or the cessation of their trade, and the labor market has been greatly affected by the consequences of the pandemic.

For the first time in my life, I watched a documentary about someone's life, and it was so sweet and fun!

I would like to tell you to watch the movie Myriam Fares is treacherous Donia, it is very sweet 🥺

— Shopping Intermediate |

Different (@shopping22_) June 6, 2021



loved the

documentary once 🥺,, I lived her feelings, cried with her and was happy with her,, and the end was sweet with the new video clip, clear, promised with a terrible album 🎶♥️

— NooR (@Alno0r_55) June 3, 2021

One of them also saw that Myriam documented the experience of pregnancy, stone and preparation for the album, and presented it on the way a photographer works, and not as a documentary film.

Personal opinion: #Myriam_Fares did not claim that she was showing her "suffering".

She documented the experience of pregnancy, confinement and preparing for the album, and presented it to a photographer (not a documentary), close to the idea of ​​reality TV (Kuwtk / Star Academy).

She is a performing artist and her job is to provide artistic/entertainment material, neither scientific nor historical…

— Elie Sarrouf (@ElieSarrouf7) June 5, 2021

While a large segment of the tweeters mocked the film, denouncing the idea of ​​producing a documentary that monitors the life of Myriam Fares, especially as she recounted her suffering inside a luxurious palace.

Confused what to bring on Netflix, we advise you of a wonderful documentary filmed with iPhone 6, about the suffering of a woman during the year 2020.

She was quarantined in the villa, followed her, Haram, she was raising her son and had two maids, but O Haram, Habla and her own eyes, O Haram.

Suffering I don't think any ordinary person can bear except #Queen_of_theater Myriam Fares

— Mawtoura (@mawtoura) June 3, 2021

Some of the tweeters also focused on the fact that Myriam Fares did not monitor the most important stations of her life, such as the crisis of her vocal cords.

As for the documentary #Myriam_Fares..a lot without any taste or anything about her illness or her voice, nor any important news even, she is just crazy and every month she is pregnant, how does she play with her son only!!!!!

Well, what is the use of people?

A cheap documentary with a mobile camera.. + The song is sweet as an arrangement and melody, but Miriam's voice is never the same and she is talking about her story..

— Jad Saleh 🇱🇧 (@Jado_Saleh) June 3, 2021

Documentary stations

During the documentary, the Lebanese artist revealed the details of the painful experience that she experienced when her second fetus was miscarried. On July 7, 2017, she confirmed that she was pregnant with her second child, and at that time she had health problems and miscarried, and described that feeling as if part of her was gone and she felt guilty, Then she entered a phase of depression and loneliness, and this broke her, and after 4 years of suffering, she thought of having children again, and stopped her personal and artistic projects.

After the outbreak of the Corona virus, Myriam spoke about the quarantine, and how it strengthened her relationship with her family, especially as she takes care of their smallest details.

Myriam monitored what she described as suffering during the months of the ban, as she helped the workers in her home affairs, made cakes with them, and then spent her time playing with her child around her house, so that he would not feel annoyed by the ban. Home Schooling).

Some of the main stations in the documentary film provoked viewers, when the Lebanese singer presented her most prominent problems during the months of the ban in increasing her weight, which reached 57 kilograms, and preparations for the reception of her new baby, which she made herself with the help of her family, as many saw that the crises and losses she caused The Corona pandemic is greater than the luxury that Myriam Fares is experiencing.

Lebanese crisis الأزمة

Myriam expressed her deep sadness at the Lebanese politics, especially after the explosion of the port of Beirut, and she collapsed in tears over the state of her homeland, repeating, "I do not want to leave Lebanon."

Then she monitored the moment of the explosion, and her child, who lived moments of terror as a result of this tragic accident.

Then she appeared, watching TV and crying hard, and in order to get past this stage, she decided not to stop practicing sports that clear her mind.

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Despite what the film revealed about the minute details of the Lebanese singer's life, and the cameras that monitored her diaries;

However, she insisted on hiding the faces of her husband and son, and pointed out that God had given her a wonderful husband who loved family stability, instead of the tenderness that she lacked with her father.

In several videos, Myriam reviewed and celebrated her sixth wedding anniversary, and also showed a video clip during the celebration of Father's Day and his birthday, which was surprising.

At the end of the documentary, the artist, Myriam Fares, released her new song "Ghadara Ya Donia" through her YouTube channel, and she chose this song, recorded it during the months of pregnancy, and photographed it in her home for her commitment to home isolation, she said.