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by Jacques Bral


The life of a Middle-East family of immigrants in Europe. The father carries the heavy burden of banishment. To rescue his culture, his traditions, is mandatory, so he remains faithful to his past, his origins, to himself. His daughter is now a grown-up. He worries and wishes she would get married soon. The young woman leaves the family home every morning, but changes her clothes in a bar before she goes to work, her hair down. She puzzles the young boss of the company that employs her. He fell in love and is ready to do anything to marry her. But the young woman keeps her freedom of choice, just like her mother had done with her father. She won’t have time to introduce the only man for her to her parents. A friend of her father’s catches them. In a cafe.

original title: Le Noir (Te) Vous Va Si Bien
country: France
sales agent: Cinexport
year: 2012
genre: fiction
directed by: Jacques Bral
film run: 88'
release date: FR 05/12/2012
screenplay: Jacques Bral
cast: Sofiia Manousha, Lounès Tazairt, Julien Baumgartner, Grégoire Leprince-Ringuet, Elise Lhomeau, Souad Amidou, Salim Kechiouche
cinematography by: François Lartigue
film editing: Jacques Bral, Olivier Mauffroy
costumes designer: Olga Pelletier
music: Nathaniel Méchaly
producer: Jacques Bral
production: Thunder Films International
distributor: Thunder Films International
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