- South of Sudan
- Comoro Island
The film highlights that the events of January 19, 1984 that unfolded in Nador are part of Morocco’s memory.
The director shed some light on that memory through the psychological state of the film’s main characters.
The film wants to help get over the mistakes of the past by reconciling with the victims and bringing them justice under the politics that the country uses to protect Human rights and the sovereignty of the law.
2019/ Morocco94 min/ Drama
Thursday 19 January 1984, the day of riots that resulted in many casualties. Tonight, Khamis is ready to share a nice moment with his wife. Suddenly, they’re interrupted by gunshots that ring out in the street, followed by the appearance of an unexpected guest at their doorstep.
Samira El Maslouhi
Screenwriter: Mohamed Bouzaggou
DOP: Ahmed Boutgaba
Editor: Ahmed Hamass
Festival International de Cinéma et Mémoire Commune de Nador, Morocco
Tangier National Film Festival, Morocco
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