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Rengaine - Rachid Djaïdani
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France - 2012 - 1 h 15 mn - Réalisation : Rachid Djaïdani - Scénario : Rachid Djaïdani - Image : Rachid Djaïdani, Karim El Dib, Julien Bœuf, Elamine Oumara - Montage : Rachid Djaïdani, Svetlana Vaynblat, Julien Bœuf, Karim El Dib, Linda Attab - Musique : Sabrina Hamida, Karim Hamida - Son : Rachid Djaïdani, Nicolas Becker, Margaux Testemale, Julien Perez - Interprétation : Sabrina Hamida, Slimane Dazi, Stéphane Soo Mongo -

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Diagonal Lundi 29 octobre 2012, 20 h 00

Paris, today. Dorcy, a young black Christian, wants to marry Sabrina, a young North African. It would be a simple matter if it weren't for the fact that Sabrina has 40 brothers and that this easygoing wedding has crystallized a taboo still rooted in the mentalities of the two communities: no marriages between Blacks and Arabs. Slimane, the elder brother, and guardian of traditions, will oppose this union in every way possible.

Rachid Djaïdani

Born of an Algerian father and a Sudanese mother, Rachid Djaïdani, mason, assistant studio manager, boxing champion and actor, published his first novel, Boumkoeur, in 1999. This was followed by Mon nerf and Viscéral. Simultaneously with his work as a writer, he directed several documentaries selected at numerous international festivals. After nine years of work, he finalised Rengaine' his first full-length film, made with no funding and presented at the Cannes Directors' Fortnight in 2012. The film won the César Award for Best First Film. Tour de France is his second long feature.