Mashallahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh. There's a mistake in the english way of pronouncing it. Its yuheeoonabishay-im min instead if yuheeoonabishay-in min 1:15 / 2:04. Itar el-lyly. 💖😭😭😍😁💞💘🕊. Attar al layl. Itar el-lala. Moroccan film 'The Narrow Frame of Midnight' is helmed by Tala Hadid whose directorial credits include a full length documentary film "Scared Poet" on maverick Italian director Pier Paolo Pasolini. For this film, she chose to chart the journey of several characters who struggle to find their place in the world; in search of the living and the dead, of the others and of themselves. Although their destinies eventually diverge, they are connected in profound ways. For a story about the kidnapping of a small girl child by a petty criminal the pace of this film is rather slow. A state of 'non belonging' quasi synonymous with 'no man's land' is created when these two vulnerable souls are joined by a resolutely stubborn writer who has left everything behind in order to embark on a mission to search for his missing brother. There is a key focus on one of 21st century's biggest 'human' problems-displacement of people due to various reasons. The fields and planes of Istanbul, Kurdistan and Morocco paint a grim reminder of the pathetic conditions of exiles, migrants, nomads and refugees. The concept of the film is absolutely unique to a large extent that its making has come to be regarded as the breath of fresh air. Despite these nice qualities, this film suffers to a huge extent as its execution is bad. One key aspect of the film is that it manages to create a certain kind of suspense.
Itar el-laye 78. Layla al attar paintings. Itar el-la loire. Itar el-layl. Mashalla may God bless you and I listen to your surahs all the time. Mashala. Mashallah may allah bless you💖😊. Itar el-layout. Itar el-lay dissais. Layla al-attar. Itar el-layla. Mashaallah alive love you❤️❤️❤️. By Tala Hadid synopsis A young orphan, Aicha, is found alone in the forests of central Morocco. She has a personal history that reveals a courageous attempt at self-determination. Taken and sold from her home in the hills of the Atlas mountains, Aicha finds herself at the mercy of Abbas, a petty criminal, and his conflicted girlfriend, Nadia. They soon cross paths with Zacaria, a Moroccan/Iraqi writer, who has left everything behind- including a passionate relationship with a teacher, Judith- to follow in the path of and search for his missing brother. The group embarks on a journey that will lead them from Morocco, to Istanbul, across the plains of Kurdistan, to Iraq and beyond. international title: The Narrow Frame of Midnight original title: Itar el-Layl country: Morocco, United Kingdom, France, Qatar year: 2014 genre: fiction directed by: Tala Hadid film run: 93' screenplay: Tala Hadid cast: Khalid Abdalla, Marie-Josée Croze, Fadwa Boujouane, Hocine Choutri, Majdouline Idrissi, Zahra Hindi cinematography by: Alexander Burov film editing: Joëlle Hache art director: Dominique Lacloche producer: Khadija Alami, Joslyn Barnes, Cat Villiers production: Autonomous, ASAP Films, K Films, Louverture Films.
Itar el-lay dying. MOVIES 10:41 AM PDT 9/23/2014 by Courtesy of the Toronto International Film Festival High on style, but low on credible drama Marie-Josée Croze and Khalid Abdalla star as sensitive souls living in the midst of everyday violence in Tala Hadid's feature debut, set in the Arab world today As stylish, brooding and ultimately obscure as its title, The Narrow Frame of Midnight (Itar el-Layl) offers a psychological reflection on three characters who intersect in Morocco and who flow through violent tension points in the Arab world. A glum writer, an arty ex-pat and a freedom-loving child are unconvincingly mixed together in writer-director Tala Hadid 's psychologically tuned feature debut. Weak on drama and credibility, the film finds its strength in some highly charged images that stick in the memory. Western audiences will appreciate the pictorial quality, but should prepare to second-guess what is happening in the storyline. More fest play is probable before ancillary takes over. Zacaria ( Khalid Abdalla of United 93, The Green Zone) is a British-born writer of mixed Moroccan and Iraqi background -- just like the filmmaker. He sets off on a quixotic quest to find and bring home his missing brother, who is a “man of God” and has been subject to torture in prison; ergo, everyone assumes he has run off to Iraq to become a jihadist. Or maybe they just have more info than the viewer is given. Portrayed as a guilt-ridden idealist, Zacaria doesn’t inspire much hope that he will spearhead a speedy rescue mission. The first thing he does is pick up a “family” of hitchhikers whose car has broken down. These are actually two kidnappers and their 7-year-old victim Aicha ( Fedwa Boujouane), bought for a song from her relatives, whom they plan to sell to a rich European for his pleasure. When they ill-advisedly invite the protag to spend the night at a pal’s house on the outskirts of Casablanca, he figures out who they are--after Aicha tells him, that is. Instead of going to the police (maybe because they have tortured his brother and can’t be trusted? ), he drops Aicha off at his former girlfriend’s place in the country. Judith ( Marie-Josée Croze) isn’t there, so he tells the child to introduce herself and leaves for Iraq. Neophyte actress Boujouane is so well-cast as the little girl that she takes the role way beyond the p. c. scripting of a fearless, freedom-loving feminist in miniature. Croze, an esteemed Canadian stage thesp whose performance in Denny Arcand’s The Barbarian Invasions won her the best actress award at Cannes, has a much more limited sphere of action as Judith, a French-speaking blonde woman living by herself in the Moroccan countryside, who may have lost a baby – one of the rooms is decorated as a child’s playroom. But again, it’s all guesswork on the viewer’s part. Maternally speaking, she certainly doesn't keep a very close eye on Aicha. Even more perplexing is the outcome of Zacaria’s journey to Baghdad, which he approaches by way of scenic Istanbul and Kurdistan. He’s clearly not a man with a plan and only manages to accomplish the trek because the benign screenplay allows him to do so. More than a real character, he seems to be a symbol of the good guys’ impotence and horror when faced with evil on a vast scale. What with all the check-points and land-mines, there is ample scope for action, yet dramatic tension is perplexingly avoided in the jumpy and inconclusive narrative. Hadid makes her strongest statements through D. P. Alexander Burov ’s stark, often disorienting images. Burov, whose work has been closely associated with the distinctive style of Alexander Sokurov’s cinema (think Father and Son), brings a lyrical concreteness to the story. Inhuman apartment buildings loom over tiny figures, while overhead shots turn people into flies. An unforgettable tour of a factory floor-turned-makeshift morgue, littered with dozens of indistinguishable cadavers, rhymes with the frightening space of an empty Baghdad square that is suddenly flooded with faceless women in black chadors. French-Algerian actor Hocine Choutri is notable in the role of the ruthless kidnapper. Production companies: K Films, Autonomous, Louverture Films, ASAP Films Cast: Khalid Abdalla, Marie-Josée Croze, Fedwa Boujouane, Hocine Choutri, Majdouline Idrissi, Hindi Zahra, Samir El Hakim, Nabil Maleh Director-Screenwriter: Tala Hadid Producers: Khadija Alami, Joslyn Barnes, Cat Villiers Executive producers: Danny Glover, Sawsan Asfari, Maya Sanbar Jamo, Soren Kloch, Diloy Gulun, Aleim Johnson Co-producers: Cedomir Kolar, Marc Baschet, Philippe Goldfain, Tala Hadid Director of photography: Alexander Burov Production designer: Dominique Lacloche Editor: Joelle Hache Sales: Wide Management No rating, 93 minutes.
Masha Allah bhai. Layla al attar death. Itar el-layouts. Itar el-la liste. Munasar goed. 2 wins & 2 nominations. See more awards » Edit Storyline A young orphan, Aicha, is found alone in the forests of central Morocco. She has a personal history that reveals a courageous attempt at self-determination. Taken and sold from her home in the hills of the Atlas mountains, Aicha finds herself at the mercy of Abbas, a petty criminal, and his conflicted girlfriend, Nadia. They soon cross paths with Zacaria, a Moroccan/Iraqi writer, who has left everything behind- including a passionate relationship with a teacher, Judith- to follow in the path of and search for his missing brother. The group embarks on a journey that will lead them from Morocco, to Istanbul, across the plains of Kurdistan, to Iraq and beyond. Written by Anonymous Plot Summary | Add Synopsis Details Release Date: September 2014 (Canada) See more » Also Known As: La Nuit entr'ouverte Box Office Budget: EUR1, 000, 000 (estimated) See more on IMDbPro » Company Credits Technical Specs See full technical specs ».
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Aicha ist eine junge Waise, die verkauft wurde und vom Gauner Abbas aufgelesen wird. Gemeinsam mit dessen Freundin Nadia machen sie Bekanntschaft mit Zacaria, einem Schriftsteller, der ein persönliches Schicksal verarbeiten und sein bisheriges Leben hinter sich lassen will. Das Quartett begibt sich auf eine lebensverändernde Reise über Marokko, Istanbul, Kurdistan und Irak...
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