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Inch'Allah dimanche = Inch'Allah Sunday

Author: Philippe Dupuis-MendelYamina BenguiguiFejria DelibaZinedine SoualemMarie-France PisierAll authors
Publisher: [New York] : Film Movement, [2006]
Series: Film Movement series, v. 1, film 7.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : NTSC color broadcast system : FrenchView all editions and formats
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Film about the "family reunion," the French government's euphemism for a 1974 law allowing Algerian wives to rejoin their husbands working in France. Strong-willed Zouina parts tearfully from her mother in the port of Algiers; once in France, she and her three small children are at the mercy of her mother-in-law and confused by the strange customs of their local grocer and garden-obsessed neighbor. The radio is her
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Genre/Form: Drama
Feature films
Fiction films
Features
Melodrama
Foreign films
Foreign language films
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Philippe Dupuis-Mendel; Yamina Benguigui; Fejria Deliba; Zinedine Soualem; Marie-France Pisier; Amina.; Fellag; Antoine Roch; Stella Gregorz-Quef; Marc Marmier; Malika Khelfa; Nadia Ben Rachid; Film Movement (Firm); Bandits Longs (Firm); ARP Sélection (Firm)
OCLC Number: 70687883
Language Note: French and Arabic, with optional English subtitles.
Notes: Originally released as motion picture in 2001.
A foreign film (France and Algeria).
Special features: biographies of director and actors; theatrical trailer; Schwarzfahrer (Black rider), Academy Award-winning short film directed by Pepe Danquart (German with English subtitles, 12 min.); preview for Scott Hamilton Kennedy's OT: our town.
Credits: Director of photography, Antoine Roch ; editor, Nadia Ben Rachid.
Cast: Fejria Deliba, Zinedine Soualem, Marie-France Pisier, Amina Annabi, Mohamed Fellag, France Darry, Roger Dumas, Rabia Mokeddem, Mathilde Seigner, Jalil Lespert.
Target Audience: Not rated. Portrays adult language and situations.
Description: 1 videodisc (98 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD; Region 1, NTSC; 16:9 widescreen (anamorphic); 1.85:1 aspect ratio, letterboxed; Dolby Digital 2.0 stereo.
Series Title: Film Movement series, v. 1, film 7.
Other Titles: Schwarzfahrer.
Black rider.
Inch Allah dimanche
Inch'Allah Sunday
Inch Allah Sunday
Responsibility: Philippe Dupuis-Méndel presente ; une production Bandits Longs en coproduction avec ARP ; un film écrit et réalisé par Yamina Benguigui.

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Film about the "family reunion," the French government's euphemism for a 1974 law allowing Algerian wives to rejoin their husbands working in France. Strong-willed Zouina parts tearfully from her mother in the port of Algiers; once in France, she and her three small children are at the mercy of her mother-in-law and confused by the strange customs of their local grocer and garden-obsessed neighbor. The radio is her only window on life and on the women of this new country.

"The story of an immigrant woman struggling against old world traditions. Zouina leaves her homeland with her three children to join her husband in France, where he's been living for the past ten years. In a land and culture foreign to her, Zouina struggles against her mother-in-law's tyrannical hand and her husband's distrustful bitterness in an attempt to adjust to her life in exile."--Container.

"Zouina (Fejria Deliba) is a woman who is torn from her home in Algeria. With her three children and her abrupt mother-in-law, Aicha (Rabia Modedem), she rejoins her husband in a foreign and unaccommodating land. She finds herself feeling imprisoned between a distant husband who scorns her, a hostile mother-in-law and a neighbor (a comedic France Darry) who is afraid of Fejria's otherness. But Zouina's finally begins to feel a sense of acceptance when she meets a cosmetics factory worker who sparks in Zouina an interest in French culture and her new world. This curiosity, and her longing for freedom and experience, drives Zouina to take secret excursions with her children on Sundays, the one day that her husband and mother-in-law are out of the house. Through these little adventures, she comes to terms with the difficulties of immigration, change, and adaptation to a new culture."

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