Set amidst the civil war of Algeria in the 1990s, Enough! is the story of two women. Emel is a Westerner whose husband, a journalist, is missing - perhaps kidnapped or even killed for articles he's written.

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Rachida Brakni ...
Amel
Fattouma Ousliha Bouamari ...
Khadidja (as Fettouma Bouamari)
Zahir Bouzerar ...
Le vieil homme (as Zahir Bouzrar)
Malika Belbey ...
Nadia
Amine Kedam ...
Bilal
Ahmed Berrhama ...
Karim (as Ahmed Berrahma)
Abdelbacet Benkhalifa ...
L'homme du barrage
Abdelkrim Beriber ...
Le policier
Ahmed Benaissa ...
Homme accueil hôpital
Mohamed Bouamari ...
Hadj Slimane
Karim Zenasni ...
Le chauffard
Adel Benamar ...
Islamiste 1
Mehdi Yacef ...
Islamiste 2
Arslane Lerari ...
L'homme poli
Yacine Bendjemline ...
Pharmacien 1
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Set amidst the civil war of Algeria in the 1990s, Enough! is the story of two women. Emel is a Westerner whose husband, a journalist, is missing - perhaps kidnapped or even killed for articles he's written.

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A really nice insight in a country oversea from mine
25 October 2006 | by (France) – See all my reviews

I really enjoyed watching this movie, it has a slow pace where the director films intensively the expression of the characters making you feel that you can read their minds. The landscape and characters are both splendid, "majestueux" (which I would translate as "elegant with a touch of grace" in English). It was also a nice insight of the problems in Algeria, many still present from the cicatrice of the French colonisation. As a French, I was really interested to have the view from their part. As many times the History we learn at school does not deserve the uppercase 'H' because it is often biased. * warning, occidental point of view here: * And most of all, this film present the fight of women in a country where their place is not comparable to the men's one.


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