After "Heady," Mohammed Ben Atya creates a new touch portrait of Tunisian society.
At the age of 19, Samy (Zacharya Ben Ayey) is going to teach the student difficulty. The pressure of the exam? He is caught by vomiting, vomiting, vomiting, and vomiting. The scanner does not mean anything serious. His mother Nasali (muna majri), a teacher, and his father Thad (Mohammed Difif), was a driver at the Tunisian port. These kidnappers are trying to help the kid because he is unable to avoid his corrections to spend time with his friends, badly in his skin. One morning, when he sees well, Samy disappears. He gave up all his goods …
He is the most beautiful in the competition in 2016 at Berilall Heady, the wind of freedom Second Best Feature Film Mohan Ben Atty brings the second line of the film to the same line. He has always signed up with Dardane Brahmins in collaboration Veli A new sensitive study on Tunisia society.
If so Heidi At the time of the 2010-2011 Jasmine Revolution, Veli An open political question. Samui's character has been posed by a Tunisian youth who can not encourage the horrors of the future. When Ben goes to see this guy at the moment, he receives a helpless man to help a son who does not understand the disturbance of discomfort. The beginner of the daily life of a typical Tunisian family, Veli When asked about the reasons for Sami's departure, his father will try to find out everything.
Again, Mohammed Ben Atya betrayed his group's disappointment and his eyes precisely. In the production of simple and movable characters (re-encamping a series of non-professional actors again) concentrated on touching an honest emotion. They are not explicitly explained by the fragmentation of such characters that are right and deserving. Politics and religion appear in a fundamental way. Unfortunately, after the revolution that brought about democracy, unfortunately, the Islamic monarchy was awakened to describe the intolerance of Tunisian society.
Screenplay and reality: Mohammed Ben Aunt. Photography: Frédéric Noirhomme. Music: Omar Alhoooo. Editing: Nadi Bench Rachid. Mohammed Dhirif, Muna Majri, Zakariya Ben Aid and Imin Cheriff … 1:44.