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Degrade
Dégradé - Arab Nasser, Tarzan Nasser
- Fiction

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Palestine/France/Qatar - 2015 - 1 h 24 mn - Réalisation : Arab Nasser, Tarzan Nasser - Production : Rashid Adelhamid, Marie Legrand, Rani Massalha - Scénario : Tarzan Nasser, Arab Nasser - Image : Eric Devin - Montage : Sophie Reine - Musique : Benjamin Grospiron - Son : Baha’a Othman, Christophe Etrillard, Kevin Feildel, Yann Legay - Interprétation : Hiam Abbass, Maisa Abd Elhadi, Manal Awad, Mirna Sakhla, Dina Shuhaiber, Victoria Balitska -

Contact : Le Pacte - 75013 Paris - Tél : 01 44 69 59 51 - e-mail : x.hirigoyen@le-pacte.com

Corum - Salle Pasteur Mercredi 28 octobre 2015, 14 h 00
Corum - Salle Pasteur Vendredi 30 octobre 2015, 21 h 00




Gaza Strip, nowadays. Christine’s beauty salon is heaving with female clients: a bitter divorcée, a religious woman, a lunatic addicted to prescription drugs and a young bride-to-be among others. But their day of leisure is disrupted when gunfire breaks out across the street. A gangland family has stolen the lion from Gaza’s zoo, and Hamas has decided it’s time to settle old scores. Stuck in the salon, the women start to unravel...

https://youtu.be/Nt6pHgmt8Es


 
 
Arab Nasser

Arab and Tarzan are twin brothers born in Gaza in 1988. Longtime cinephiles, they still live in Gaza. After four years of work in the film industry, in 2010, they won the Young Artist of the Year Award with their project Gazawood and their short film Colorful Journey, which played at London’s Mosaic Room in March 2011. They continue to enter the international consciousness, and in 2012 were featured in Al-Monitor's list of the 50 People Shaping the Culture of the Middle East. Their short film Condom Lead was selected in competition in Cannes. Their project of long feature, Casting, won the Development Grant of Cinemed 2013 and will be shot in 2016. Degrade is their first feature film.

 
Tarzan Nasser

Arab and Tarzan are twin brothers born in Gaza in 1988. Longtime cinephiles, they still live in Gaza. After four years of work in the film industry, in 2010, they won the Young Artist of the Year Award with their project Gazawood and their short film Colorful Journey, which played at London’s Mosaic Room in March 2011. They continue to enter the international consciousness, and in 2012 were featured in Al-Monitor's list of the 50 People Shaping the Culture of the Middle East. Their short film Condom Lead was selected in competition in Cannes. Their project of long feature, Casting, won the Development Grant of Cinemed 2013 and will be shot in 2016. Degrade is their first feature film.

 
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