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Ein Sommer in Marrakesch (2010)

Rudi Schlosser and his ex Anna travel to Marrakech (Morocco) for their daughter Tina's wedding. Only there they learn the groom isn't a German engineer on the durable building site she knew... See full summary »

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Gero Weinreuter
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Cast

Credited cast:
Jutta Speidel ... Tina Schlosser
Peter Sattmann Peter Sattmann ... Rudi Schlosser
Luise Helm Luise Helm ... Anna Schlosser
Wladimir Tarasjanz Wladimir Tarasjanz ... Rafiq Mernissi
Mehdi Moinzadeh Mehdi Moinzadeh ... Karim Mernissi
Adriana Altaras Adriana Altaras ... Aisha
Christoph Gaugler Christoph Gaugler ... Philip Santayana
Adil Abdelwahab Adil Abdelwahab ... Jilal Menara
Fadila Benmoussa Fadila Benmoussa ... Mathilde (as Fadila Ben Moussa)
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Matthias Kupfer ... Bürgermeister (voice)
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Rudi Schlosser and his ex Anna travel to Marrakech (Morocco) for their daughter Tina's wedding. Only there they learn the groom isn't a German engineer on the durable building site she knew but the local project leader Karim Mernissi. As an orphan, he was raised by uncle Rafiq Mernissi, a mundane literature professor, who still insists on a traditional Berber wedding, to console the family his bride is a European infidel. Anna abandons her opposition to tradition as she falls in love with Rafiq while making up with Rudi, but also stumbles unto a Mernissi family secret that shocks even Karim. Written by KGF Vissers

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Comedy | Romance

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Country:

Germany

Language:

German

Release Date:

2 May 2010 (Germany) See more »

Also Known As:

Un verano en Marrakech See more »

Filming Locations:

Marrakech, Morocco

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Color
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Poor scenario
14 August 2017 | by ledenonciateurrabatSee all my reviews

There are a lot of movies on the issue of mixed marriages (christian/muslim), so it is easy to compare this one to them knowing that this issue is very common in Morocco, as 6 million of them live abroad. My opinion is that this one is maybe between the worst. Sorry, but it comes after several more realistic ones were made by Franco-Moroccan directors. The environment seems too touristic (showing the beauties of Marrakech and its surroundings) and the social part is poorly addressed. The movie lacks some "special event" that could have attracted the viewer, so it remains too monotonous from the start to the end.


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