It was the summer of 82, when a priest, about to be ordered, was exhausted by temptations and an arrogant girl felt passionately in love... A sifted memory and a personal history of a ... See full summary »
It was the summer of 82, when a priest, about to be ordered, was exhausted by temptations and an arrogant girl felt passionately in love... A sifted memory and a personal history of a narrator who tells with nostalgia and poetry the meeting of his parents until their marriage... Written by
Joe Bou Eid
Amazing scenery of Love in contemporary Cinema I had a lot of expectation for this film but when I saw it, my expectation was much lower then the power of this controversial movie Some adored it, some other had their personnel opposite point of view, but for my side I never felt taken by an Arab movie as much as I was taken by "Tannoura Maxi"
From the first image, the actress captivated me she exhorted her inner demons and hooked me... She delivers from her insides, water, blood, and a living creature.
A woman who continues to capture attention, to capture us as a shutter would in a dark room, in his world of demon women, and innocent girls. She comes from the outside world, and penetrates the village, taking away the community's virginity. A little refugee girl becomes the refuge of a man, about to undertake in a mission of life. She comes as a matador to prove herself and bear out her passion. Never lacking Red, she will mark the stones, soil the village, and invade the monasteries. She will transform the cassock into a Maxi skirt. She will fall madly in love, and will drown in a revolted sea of agitated waves. Silently, she will deploy her charm, and will function through her emotions. She becomes unveiled when facing love, and her fragility suddenly becomes manipulative.
A Film that's much more like a moving modern art, and a moving Romanesque painting Watching it several times is a must to get lost in each of it's wonderful shades...
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