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Fatima is a movie starring Soria Zeroual, Zita Hanrot, and Kenza Noah Aïche. Fatima lives on her own with two daughters to support: 15-year old Souad, a teenager in revolt, and 18-year old Nesrine, who is starting medical school....

Family, Drama
Philippe Faucon
Kenza Noah Aïche, Chawki Amari, Zita Hanrot, Soria Zeroual

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Genres Family, Drama
Director Philippe Faucon
Writer Philippe Faucon, Fatima Elayoubi, Aziza Boudjellal, Mustapha Kharmoudi, Yasmina Nini-Faucon
Stars Kenza Noah Aïche, Chawki Amari, Zita Hanrot, Soria Zeroual
Country Canada, France
Also Known As Fátima
Runtime 1 h 19 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description Fatima lives on her own with two daughters to support: 15-year old Souad, a teenager in revolt, and 18-year old Nesrine, who is starting medical school. Fatima speaks French poorly and is constantly frustrated by her daily interactions with her daughters. Her pride and joy, they are also a source of worry. To ensure the best possible future for them, she works odd hours as a cleaning woman. One day, she takes a fall on the stairs. On leave, Fatima begins to write to her daughters in Arabic that which she has never been able to express in French.

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Friday, 12 Jun 2020 02:02

In the 1950's a young girl called Rachael (Shannon Elizabeth) is looking for her brother, who has just gone missing from his work, and he was involved in a war. She travels to Guatemala to find him, but finds a horrible tragedy in her own country. The girl's mother Maria (Audrey Mornay) has been pregnant twice before, and is now suffering from a miscarriage. She gets caught up in a civil war that's raging in her country, and the child is taken to her home. She doesn't even know it's her, and she believes that the girl has been sold to a different family. Rachael is brought back to the United States, and she finds out that her brother has been arrested and is being held in a maximum security prison in Texas. She gets the feeling that he may be dead, and that he has been taken to a hospital. Maria doesn't believe that she has been pregnant twice, and she doesn't believe that she has been pregnant at all. The two women become close, and their friendship is tested. The movie is well directed by Howard Deutch, who also directed "The Ice Storm". I'm not sure if he really made the film that good, but he did a good job. The cinematography and the cinematography was good, as the movie had a very natural look to it. The story was also well told. The movie was very well made, and it was a good story. The actors all did a good job in their roles, but I liked the performances by Ashley Judd and Maggie Gyllenhaal more than the others. I don't know if they were the best actors, but they did a good job. I was surprised by the performances by the children in the movie. I think the children's acting was very good. The kids were very well played by the actors. This was a good movie, and it was well made. I recommend it.
Monday, 25 May 2020 14:00

One of the most challenging films to make in years, with an excellent cast and an incredible direction, Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu's "13th" is a bold effort to tell the story of a group of immigrants living in the desert of Arizona. At the end of the film, we see a narrator describing their journey and that of the two girls, Maria (Naomi Watts) and Ana (Rooney Mara), as they journey into the town of Pima, Arizona, where they meet up with other immigrants, who are learning to speak Spanish. The characters in this film are the most interesting part of the film, especially Ana, whose character is developed by her experience with Maria. The girls are the most interesting part of the film, as their relationship is interesting because they are the only characters who are not just the daughters of immigrants, but also children of immigrants. Their characters are all relatable because of the nature of their childhood. In the beginning, we are introduced to Ana, a beautiful young girl with a bright smile who is too young to be part of the parents' family. However, she is accompanied by her mother, Maria (Naomi Watts), who is determined to teach Ana about life and make her part of the family. Later, we are introduced to Maria, who is a beautiful young woman who is learning the language of her new community. Maria is also the mother of Ana, who is also learning Spanish and is also the daughter of immigrants. The relationship between Ana and Maria is an interesting dynamic because Ana has to come to terms with her mother's past and the family's relationship with her father, which is shown through flashbacks. Ana and Maria's relationship has a strong connection because Ana's mother had an affair with a fellow immigrant, which is shown in flashbacks. Ana learns about her family's past through flashbacks and she also discovers the Mexican heritage of her father. Ana's mother is telling Ana about the reasons she left her country of origin and is giving her the opportunity to go back and find her father. Ana is finally able to go back to her home and reunite with her father. It is her father's past that is the crux of the film. This film is a very important film because it shows the long term effects of the Mexican-American border wars and the consequences that come from immigration. However, it also shows the immigrant experience in a modern setting, which is difficult to portray in a film like this because it is difficult to represent the exact conditions of the immigrants. It is also difficult to depict the immigrants' journey because the film is a very lengthy film. However, this is not a problem because the film is a very interesting film and it is a film that deserves to be seen. It is also a film that deserves to be seen because of the great performances by the actors. Rooney Mara is the best performance by an actress in a film

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