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Bedwin Hacker (2003)

From a remote mountain village in Tunisia, Kalt, a female hacker hijacks the airwaves in Northern Africa and France to broadcast political messages. When Julia, a French Intelligence ... See full summary »

Director:

Nadia El Fani

Writers:

Nadia El Fani (story), Nadia El Fani (screenplay)
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Cast

Cast overview:
Sonia Hamza Sonia Hamza ... Kalt
Muriel Solvay Muriel Solvay ... Julia
Tomer Sisley ... Chams
Nadia Saiji Nadia Saiji ... Frida
Xavier Desplas Xavier Desplas ... Zbor
Alberto Canova Alberto Canova
Najoua Zouheir Najoua Zouheir
Néjib Belkadhi Néjib Belkadhi
Ahmed Hafiene ... (as Ahmed Hefiane)
Lilia Falkat Lilia Falkat
Rinda Dabbegh Rinda Dabbegh
Habiba Trabelsi Habiba Trabelsi
Bechir El Fani Bechir El Fani
Attilio Di Costanzo Attilio Di Costanzo
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Storyline

From a remote mountain village in Tunisia, Kalt, a female hacker hijacks the airwaves in Northern Africa and France to broadcast political messages. When Julia, a French Intelligence officer, gets on the case, she flies in from France to infiltrate the hacker world and find out who is behind the interruptions. Things quickly turn into a cat-and-mouse game as Kalt and Julia play each other to get what they want. Written by Anonymous

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Genres:

Comedy | Drama

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Country:

France | Morocco | Tunisia

Language:

Arabic | French

Release Date:

16 July 2003 (France) See more »

Filming Locations:

Paris, France See more »

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"Shake off the Shackles of Sanity and You Can Live Free"
12 April 2006 | by Zen BonesSee all my reviews

This is a most refreshing film in terms of the originality of its plot and the originality of its characters. A female hacker from Tunisia occasionally jams French satellites to bring a comic but inspiring message to the people via a cartoon camel. The message is not really political, and the act is neither one of terrorism or of great harm to the population as a whole. The point of the act is to reveal the vulnerabilities of the government and the power of the people. It's of no great significance really, but I completely got caught up in this mini-rebellious sabotage partly because of my attraction to the underdog and well... my attraction to the cast. If everyone in Tunisia is as attractive as the cast in this film I may just take my next vacation there! Seriously, it's been a long time since I've seen a film that was cast with so many amiable, beautiful, intelligent and interesting people. The Tunisian locales are gorgeous, the music is terrific, and the pacing is relaxed yet never dull. It's not a "great" film, but it's an original and engaging one.


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