Two childhood friends, Karim and Adil, prowl the streets of Casablanca, their native city. They do not do much, in fact they hustle rather than work. They are also unashamed dreamers, Karim... See full summary »
In Casablanca, Ali, Hmida, Mbarek and Messoud are four unemployed youths who spend their time dreaming of a better life in the Netherlands. One day, Hmida falls on a specialist of illegal ... See full summary »
A group of children living on the street leave their gang, prompting retribution from the gang's leader. After one of the children dies, the rest try to come up with the resources to give their friend a proper burial.
This is a film that will exhort your eyes to shed some genuine tears ! ! !
It is true that films about fallen women are a common element of all national film industries.There are some films which subtly glorify the oldest profession in the world.There are also films which denounce this inhuman practice which is nothing short of slavery.If somebody is looking for a life affirming film about the lives of prostitutes,one must watch this powerful film which tackles the plight of these unfortunate women in a poetic manner.Dry Eyes is a film which talks of a disreputable Berber village inhabited by women who sell their bodies. There is no escape for its inhabitants as there is too much of masculine influence in their lives.All this is told from the point of view of two courageous women who represent ancient and modern.There is an element of authenticity as this film was shot in a real Berber village featuring real women who have been a part of flesh trade for ages.So this is the fact one must bear in mind before watching this great film."Les yeux secs" is the debut film directed by Moroccan Narjiss Nejjar who is a talented woman filmmaker based in Paris.
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