Tuesday, February 05, 2008
Meriem AMRIOUI : an on-line editor.
1960, the year is marked by waves of Jewish immigrants leaving in large numbers, influenced by Israeli immigration services.
The story relates the solid bonds between two families, one Jewish, the other Muslim. Destiny will cruelly separate one family, leaving a noble mission to accomplish for the other.
The passionate bond between young couples from different religious backgrounds will be trounced by traditionalist parents. One man is ready to sell his business, pick up and leave, so that he can be with his loved ones. A rabbi refuses to be uprooted… A devastating and incredible nostalgia of families on a journey of uncertain adventures. All of this is awash and dominated with the insecurity of what tomorrow holds. And only the courage and generosity of hearts can attenuate this psychosis.
Goodbye Mothers By Mohamed Ismael
Mohamed Ismael and Allal El Alaoui
Rashid Manar,Abdelillah Jokay Hamid Oulmaati and Saber:SNRT editors.
Rashid Manar,Abdelillah Jokay,Allal El Alaoui and Saber:SNRT editors.