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Much Loved (2015)

A group of women in Morocco make a living as prostitutes in a culture that is very unforgiving toward women in that profession.

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Nabil Ayouch

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Nabil Ayouch
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Cast

Credited cast:
Loubna Abidar Loubna Abidar ... Noha
Asmaa Lazrak Asmaa Lazrak ... Randa
Halima Karaouane ... Soukaina
Sara Elhamdi Elalaoui Sara Elhamdi Elalaoui ... Hlima
Abdellah Didane Abdellah Didane ... Said
Danny Boushebel ... Ahmad / Le client saoudien de Randa-Randa's Saudi client
Carlo Brandt ... Jean-Louis / L'amant français de Noha / Noha's French lover
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ennaamane El Haulaili Ennaamane El Haulaili ... Katib / Le petit ami de Randa-Randa's boyfriend
Amine Ennaji Amine Ennaji ... Inspecteur principal / Principal inspector
Camélia Montassere ... Le client de Randa / Randa's customer
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Noha is the queen bitch in her circle of upmarket whores, consisting of Soukaina and Randa and their trusty Egyptian driver and bodyguard. They spend a lucrative night at a villa rented by a bunch of Saudi guys and filled to the brim with hookers. While Noha provocatively flaunts herself and earns her keep, Ahmed takes a shine to Soukaina, who feels she's hit paydirt since the guy can't get it up and instead reads her poetry. Soukaina is younger in her prime, and still attached to the penniless lover Katib who hovers disconsolately near their flat. Newbie Randa, who is a modern girl dresses less seductively than the others, is apparently lesbian, but for some reason this angle is told but not seen. When Hlima, a plump country bumpkin joins forces with them, they are a complete off-beat dysfunctional family, who even go on a vacation together. The girls are amazingly vulgar when they talk, adding a sense of heightened realism to their characters. When not plying her trade, Noha dons a ... Written by lament

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Country:

France | Morocco

Language:

Arabic | French

Release Date:

16 September 2015 (France) See more »

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Muito Amadas See more »

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Main actress Loubna Abidar was threatened to death on tweeter and sued for "defilement" (especially because of a nude sex scene). See more »

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Forget Everything at Night
(Mike Kourtzer)
Performed by Mike Kourtzer
(c) Tous droits réservés (p) 2015 Cercle Rouge Productions
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A very realistic portrayal of the lives of prostitutes in Morocco, but gets repetitive at times.
22 November 2015 | by avatsaSee all my reviews

This movie is about life of prostitutes in Morocco. Every fifteen minutes, someone f**ks someone. And there are some amazing things about it. The movie, by sheer means of visual storytelling, conveys how prostitutes can be loved, raped and abused, just like anyone else, even when all the three actions, on a physically level, are just sexual acts. You also get to see prostitution as just any job. You also see the challenges with this particular job - the boycott by family members and neighbours, feeling of loss of power with powerful clients / police etc. This movie offers a fine, realistic glimpse of the life of prostitutes in Morocco, portraying a very neutral look at their lives. You relate to them on many levels (good days at work, bad days at work, cracking jokes with friends, finding support and solace in friends in times of despair etc.).

Above are the things that I liked, but there are issues with the movie too. There are passages which feel either repetitive or longer than they need to be. As a feature length movie, it falters many a times in the 'pace' department. It just keeps randomly slowing down, now and then and that's some major turn off, for a movie that otherwise has so much visual stimuli to turn you on, quite literally.


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