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BURIED SECRETS

by Raja Amari

synopsis

Three women live secluded in an empty house as squatters. Their lives are considerably disrupted when a young couple, Ali and Salma, moves into the house. A peculiar coexistence develops in the house because the women do not want to reveal themselves to their unwanted neighbours. They cannot leave, however, because they want to avoid being seen in this desolate hiding place, which harbours a myriad of secrets.

international title: Buried Secrets
original title: Dowaha (Les Secrets)
country: Tunisia, Switzerland, France
year: 2009
genre: fiction
directed by: Raja Amari
release date: FR 19/05/2010
screenplay: Raja Amari
cast: Hafsia Herzi, Soundes Bel Hassen, Wassila Dari
cinematography by: Renato Berta
film editing: Pauline Dairou
costumes designer: Radija Zeggai
music: Philippe Héritier
producer: Dora Bouchoucha, Serge Lalou, Nicolas Wadimoff
production: Les Films d'Ici, Akka Films, RTS - Radio Télévision Suisse, Canal+, Nomadis Images
distributor: Sophie Dulac Distribution
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