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Burnout (2017)

BURNOUT starts with the young Ayoub's long-sighted look at a shop window. He is 13 years old and works as a shoe shopper, hoping to earn enough money to buy a bone prosthesis for his mother... See full summary »

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Nour Eddine Lakhmari, Attila Veres (dramaturge)
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Cast

Credited cast:
Morjana Alaoui ... Ines
Sarah Perles ... Aida
Anas El Baz ... Jad
Fatima ezzahra El Jaouhari Fatima ezzahra El Jaouhari ... Soumaya
Don Bigg Don Bigg ... The owner of pool billiards (as Taoufik Hazeb)
Ayoub Layoussifi Ayoub Layoussifi ... Medhi, Jad's friend
Hicham Belaoudi Hicham Belaoudi ... Mcharmal 1
El Jihani Ilyas El Jihani Ilyas ... Ayoub
Driss Roukhe Driss Roukhe ... Mr. Faridi
Housam Houmiri Housam Houmiri ... Child shoe shiner 5
Zhor Slimani Zhor Slimani
Karim Saidi Karim Saidi ... Mr. Ghazali
Salwa Maftouh Salwa Maftouh ... Journalist
Jessica Mompiou ... Sophia
Fatima Herandi Raouya Fatima Herandi Raouya
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BURNOUT starts with the young Ayoub's long-sighted look at a shop window. He is 13 years old and works as a shoe shopper, hoping to earn enough money to buy a bone prosthesis for his mother. Director and Scriptwriter Nour Eddine Lakhmari gives us perspectives for several different people in the city of Casablanca: a medicine student who eventually confronts his privileged customer; The Jaguar-driving, confined Jad and his unhappy wife Ines; a whimsical, car enthusiast. Life is linked to different urban environments, and BURNOUT shows how social and economic conditions affect the life situation of the characters.

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Drama

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Official Sites:

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Country:

Morocco | Norway

Language:

Arabic | French

Release Date:

11 October 2017 (Morocco) See more »

Also Known As:

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Filming Locations:

Casablanca, Morocco

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Budget:

$2,000,000 (estimated)
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2.39 : 1
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Official submission of Morocco for the 'Best Foreign Language Film' category of the 91st Academy Awards in 2019. See more »

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Standard but edgy, silent but loud
22 June 2018 | by whotheffSee all my reviews

Script is pretty standard. Good boy has to go the bad road so he can meet happiness. On this road he has to forget his dream so he can embrace another, darker one. I loved the motorbike visuals, briliantly shot. The feeling of speed, the enormous pressure was perfectly portrayed. Both, on biker's face and after that - hearing the revving of the bike, pushing it near the red line. All this is not only seen on the screen or heard, it can be also felt in viewer's gut. Yes, editing could be sharper, but it would ruin the realism.


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