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Inch'Allah dimanche (2001)

Not Rated | | Biography, Drama | 5 December 2001 (France)
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The story of an immigrant woman struggling against old world traditions. Zouina leaves her homeland with her three children to join her husband in France, where he's been living for the ... See full summary »

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Yamina Benguigui
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Credited cast:
Fejria Deliba Fejria Deliba ... Zouina
Rabia Mokeddem Rabia Mokeddem ... Aïcha, la mère
Amina Annabi ... Malika Bouira
Anass Behri Anass Behri ... Rachid
Hamza Oubuih Hamza Oubuih ... Mouloud Bouira
Zinedine Soualem ... Ahmed
France Darry France Darry ... Madame Donze
Roger Dumas ... Monsieur Donze
Marie-France Pisier ... Madame Manant
Mathilde Seigner ... Mademoiselle Briat
Jalil Lespert Jalil Lespert ... Le chauffeur de bus
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Doudja Achachi Doudja Achachi ... Mere de Zouina
Othmane Aghbal Othmane Aghbal ... Ali
Zouina Boubdalah Zouina Boubdalah ... Zohra Bouira
Marc Brunet Marc Brunet ... Le militaire
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The story of an immigrant woman struggling against old world traditions. Zouina leaves her homeland with her three children to join her husband in France, where he's been living for the past ten years. In a land and culture foreign to her, Zouina struggles against her mother-in-law's tyrannical hand and her husband's distrustful bitterness in an attempt to adjust to her life in exile. Written by Film Movement

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Biography | Drama

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Country:

France | Algeria

Language:

Arabic | French

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5 December 2001 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

Inch'Allah Sunday See more »

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Dolby SR

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Color
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An issue that needed highlighting
24 November 2002 | by Chris_DockerSee all my reviews

Whilst we've seen many movies about the problems that ethnic minorities experience integrating in an adopted country, the experience of France is unusual inasmuch as the main immigrant population is Algerian - a country whose customs and culture are in stark isolation to those of the majority of the French. Whilst the film is flawed with a number of clichés to make it watchable and enjoyable rather than a documentary, it is serious filmmaking drawing attention to an unusual dilemma and quite engrossing.


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