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by Salem Brahimi


The late 80s in Algeria. Socialism is collapsing. An Islamism imported from Afghanistan pushes the country into chaos: 200 000 dead. Under his mother’s orders, Nouredine marries the beautiful Yasmina. And with her he will discover love, family and resistance. In spite of the horror. But nothing can survive islamist violence. Nouredine will realize this, surrounded by terrorists, holding his daughter as tightly as he loves her: to death.

international title: Let Them Come
original title: Maintenant ils peuvent venir
country: France, Algeria
year: 2015
genre: fiction
directed by: Salem Brahimi
film run: 95'
screenplay: Salem Brahimi, Arezki Mellal
cast: Amazigh Kateb, Rachida Brakni, Lounès Tazairt
cinematography by: Léonidas Arvanitis
film editing: Yorgos Lamprinos
art director: Serge Borgel
music: Éric Neveux
producer: Salem Brahimi, Michèle Ray-Gavras
production: KG Productions, Battam Films [DZ]
backing: CNC, AARC [DZ], Région Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur

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