[Machine Translation] A discussion of happiness and living by Lebanese winemakers who continued to make wine with fortitude during the war. Wine luminaries Jancis Robinson, Michael Broadbent, and more! Elizabeth Gilbert, author of "Eat, Pray, Love" and other international bestsellers, invites you into the fascinating world of Lebanese wine. Lebanon, a small country in the Middle East, has long been one of the trading centers of the Mediterranean. Although the country has been at the mercy of repeated wars, it is actually one of the world's oldest wine-growing regions, a fact that is not well known. The origin of Lebanese wine is said to be as old as 5,000 years ago, or as old as 7,000 years according to one theory. In this film, Serge Hochard, the second generation of the internationally acclaimed Chateau Musard and the "father of Lebanese wine," and other indefatigable winemakers who have continued to make wine even during the war appear. The winemakers from 11 wineries who have continued to make wine even under extreme circumstances, such as a priest who started making wine during the civil war to bring peace instead of war, and a couple who continue to run a winery to revive their village after the massacre, will share their life philosophy and secrets to living a happy life.