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Kassablanka (2002)

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Credited cast:
Roy Aernouts Roy Aernouts ... Berwout Van Loock
Mo Barich Mo Barich ... Mostafa Fawzi
Mostafa Benkerroum ... Mohamed Abdelouafi
Amid Chakir Amid Chakir ... Nonkel Nourredine
Patricia Chenut Patricia Chenut ... Zonhilde Van Loock
Tania Cnaepkens Tania Cnaepkens ... Marina Van Loock (as Tanja Cnaepkens)
Luk D'Heu Luk D'Heu ... Dronken man
Francine de Bolle Francine de Bolle ... Lydia
Pieter Genard Pieter Genard ... Neef Kevin
Werner Gielis Werner Gielis ... Bartender
Souad Hamdaoui Souad Hamdaoui ... Samia Fawzi
Babett Manalo Babett Manalo ... Leilah Fawzi
Elias Mentzel Elias Mentzel ... Lars
Aida Soraya Merzoug Aida Soraya Merzoug ... Tante Hayet
Rudolph Segers Rudolph Segers ... Rudolf Van Loock
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The thin walls between love and hate

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Comedy | Drama | Romance

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Casting the little known actors of Moroccan origin was done prior to finishing the script, as the producers weren't sure they would find enough talent. The casting process took well over a year. See more »

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References The Matrix (1999) See more »

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Female for 'watching TV on the couch' is not ''standing in the kitchen'!
6 June 2005 | by annelies_vervoortSee all my reviews

Kassablanka is probably one of those Belgian movies that goes almost unnoticed and thus misses a lot of the credit it deserves. Besides having a clear social message, this movie is also a good watch because of the acting, the humor and the ingenious way in which the resemblance between the Fawzi and the Van Loock families are shown (an element which you might not notice upon first viewing). Though most of the cast had never acted before, their performances are credible - when their characters are over the top, and most of them are, this has been a clear choice by the directors and serves the whole of the movie very well. The story may not be the most original - even Shakespeare wasn't very original with his Romeo and Juliet - but is an acceptable frame on which the rest of the film is built. A must see for its social message, and just for fun!


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Country:

Belgium

Language:

Dutch | Arabic

Release Date:

6 November 2002 (Belgium) See more »

Filming Locations:

Borgerhout, Belgium See more »

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Dolby Digital

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Color

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1.66 : 1
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