Highest Rated Titles With Assaad Bouab
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1. Kandisha (2008)
91 min | Crime, Fantasy, Horror
Shattered by the loss of her child, Nyla Jayde, a brilliant criminal defense attorney, takes on a case involving a 14th century Moroccan legend, a vengeful spirit named "Kandisha".
A Wonderful Family (1992– )
Jacques joins his wife and the rest of the family to organize his son's wedding in Morocco, as his daughter falls in love with an Arab horseman.
Writers: Pascale Breugnot, Ève Deboise, Alain Layrac, Joëlle Miquel, Laurent Vachaud, Jean-Carol Larrivé, Joël Santoni | Director: Joël Santoni | Stars: Anny Duperey, Bernard Le Coq, Philippe Khorsand, Béatrice Agenin
3. Close to Leo (2002 TV Movie)
88 min | Drama
When 21 year-old Leo, the oldest of four brothers, announces to his rural French family that he's HIV+ family bonds are tested. The family decides that 11 year Marcel, the youngest, is too ... See full summary »
4. Days of Glory (2006)
R | 120 min | Drama, War
During WWII, four North African men enlist in the French army to liberate that country from Nazi oppression, and to fight French discrimination.
14. Fashion Victim (2009)
100 min | Comedy, Drama
Paris 1577 - King Henri III gives famous couturier Pic Saint Loup a crucial diplomatic mission. He must go to Spain to make a magnificent gown for the wedding of the King's nephew to the ... See full summary »
16. Queen of the Desert (2015)
A chronicle of Gertrude Bell's life, a traveler, writer, archaeologist, explorer, cartographer, and political attaché for the British Empire at the dawn of the twentieth century.
17. Ali and Nino (2015)
Drama, Romance | Pre-production
Ali and Nino are teenagers from upper-class families living in Azerbaijan just before the First World War... See full synopsis »
20. Terra X - Die Spur des Geldes (2014–2015)
History | Active
Money and prosperity have always been a mainspring of mankind. But is the monetary system the only way to progress or could it be the trigger for fatal crises which we regularly suffer? We ... See full summary »