Cast & Crew

Production

Jani Thiltges

Co-Producer

Writing

Nouri Bouzid

Screenplay

Directing

Sound

Riadh Fehri

Original Music Composer

Camera

Hatem Nechi

Director of Photography

Art

Fatma Madani

Production Design

Costume & Make-Up

Nabila Cherif

Costume Designer

Fun Facts of Movie

In late 2013, Zina and Djo, both in their twenties, come back to Tunisia from the Syrian front where they were sequestrated and raped. Zina was separated from her two-month-old child and Djo finds out she’s pregnant and plunges into mutism and expresses her Syrian horror only in the novel she is writing. Tunisian lawyer, Nadia and Dora, a humanitarian doctor, assist them in their hard and lengthy reconstruction; impeded by the violence of their close circles, the harsh view on the social networks and their angst. Nadia, also Driss’ lawyer, a 21-year-old persecuted homosexual who’s been banned from all school establishments, asks him to help Zina in the hopes that their stirring meeting will allow them to open their black boxes, to assume themselves and stand up to the unjust society.

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