I usually don't write reviews here because of weakness in English language, but could do nothing after reading others'. Was sad to understand writers could not catch the point, so here I am.
If you see the film thinking about cinematography, editorial skills and so on yes, probably there are some better films, but then you won't understand the idea, which is very well explained here. The people in the film are exactly same as in real lives. If you don't like landscapes taken, then it means you don't like Moroccan landscapes as they are shot exactly how they look in real. That's best work from the director and cinematographer in documentaries - to show everything like they really are.
Seeing the film will not leave any doubts if life of the people shown is really like that or not. Seeing it you will trip through Morocco, talk to the people, real people, drink tea with them and yes, smoke some Hashish because only this way you will understand what it is all about.
This is simply one of the most beautiful documentaries I have seen! No CGI, effects, deep editing, actor playing skills... this is documentary, not Star Wars.
Many thanks to Daniel Gräbner!
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