I have to admit that recently Moroccan cinema has released some promising productions, at least the ones I watched recently such as: L'Comtable, Yak 7na Jiran (sitcom), 3ouqbal lik (the TV series), Kherbousha, Lamshawsha and perhaps more I'm missing. But let me say this, almost all the modern Moroccan films share one major flaw: a terrible ending. They tend to end suddenly in a disappointing incompetent twist of events almost as if the director et al have ran out of breath. In contrast, I am yet to see an Algerian film that leaves me complaining of how badly it ended. There are many Algerian films that blew my mind away in the past, and many out there I'm yet to find. So I tend to always marvel to my friends and family in how much I admire Algerian cinema and in contrast how much I wish its Moroccan counterpart develops into the mature levels of its neighbor's. Yes I do sometimes get the Oujdi card of cultural closeness to Algeria and bias, but honestly Morocco, you can do better; now that you work hand in hand with the best producers and directors of the world and host an international film festival. Can you please make your next film with care, precision, Moroccan darija and end it with all the professionalism you've acquired!
At any rate, this post is about a good movie - period; so let me stop comparing apples to oranges.
Just finished watching this nice romantic comedy. Algerian independent film production never disappoints! just amazing. The film has such great script and screenplay. It develops the characters brilliantly, stays true to reality, society and some politics and maintains an upbeat curve. I feel connected at every minute with the characters. The film is fun, funny and has a great smooth ending from the direction perspective, and one that evokes a certain taboo from the screenplay aspect. The camera angles are great and the actors are talented. It's a pleasure once again, so I decided to share it with you folks (found chez bingo24dz at youtube). Enjoy!
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