(France/Spain, 2001, 123 minutes)

A French trucker’s three day stay in Tangier reunites him with his estranged Jewish Moroccan girlfriend and a Muslim Moroccan friend, but their relationships are pushed to the limits. Moody, atmospheric character study about people lost in their own scheme of things; great performances and sensitive handling, as is wont from this director.

A UGC release. Saïd Ben Saïd and UGC Images present, in co-production with Ciné B, a UGC Images/Ciné B/Vertigo Films co-production, with the participation of Canal +, CNC and TPS Cinéma; in association with Sofica Sofinergie 5. Starring Stéphane Rideau, Lubna Azabal, Mohamed Hamaidi, Yasmina Reza, Jack Taylor, Gaël Morel, Rachida Brakni. Directed by André Téchiné; produced by Saïd Ben Saïd; written by André Téchiné, Faouzi Bensaïdi, with the collaboration of Mehdi Ben Attia and additional dialogue by Michel Alexandre; music by Juliette Garrigues; director of photography (Eclair, digital video), Germain Desmoulins; production and costume designer, Maria José Branco; film editor, Hervé de Luze.


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