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Rana's Wedding (Jerusalem, Another Day)
Rana's Wedding (Jerusalem, Another Day) - Hany Abu-Assad
- Fiction

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Palestine - 2002 - 1 h 30 mn - Réalisation : Hany Abu-Assad - Production : Bero Beyer - Scénario : Liane Badr, Ihab Lamey - Image : Brigit Hillenius - Montage : Denise Janzée - Musique : Mariecke ven der Linden, Bashar Abd Rabbou - Son : Mark Wessner, Peter Flamman - Interprétation : Clara Khoury, Khalifa Natour, Ismael Dabbag, Walid Abed Elsalam, Sami Metwasi, Zuher Fahoum, Goergina Asfour, Nasrin Buqa'i, Houda Imam -

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Corum - Salle Pasteur Mardi 29 octobre 2002, 14 h 00
Corum - Salle Pasteur Mercredi 30 octobre 2002, 20 h 00




The film follows a day in the life of Rana, a young Palestinian girl from East-Jerusalem. When she is supposed to accompany her father to Egypt, she slips out of the house to find Khalil, the one she wishes to marry. Her father does not agree with her choice, and gives her a list of suitors from which she must choose. Her erring in the town on the search for her friend is an occasion to discover life in Jerusalem. Finally, Rana realises that when occupation and barriages are day-to-day life, love and marriage become only fiction.


 
 
Hany Abu-Assad

After having worked in aeronautics in the Netherlands, he founds Ayoul Film Productions in 1990, and produces several documentaries on immigration for the BBC or Channel 4. In 1992, he moves on to direction with two short films, Paper House and The 13th. In 1998, his first feature-length, The Fourteen Chick, is screened for the opening of the Netherlands Film Festival. Following the documentary Nazareth 2000, he develops with Augustus Films the scripts of In Between Two Days and Rana's Wedding (2001) awarded in mMontpellier in 2002 . He signs the documentary Ford Transit in 2002.

 
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