Just after events of September 11th, 2001 in the United States, a number of Arabic / Muslims felt obliged to leave the country because of subjected harassments. This is a tale of a Morroccan family who decide to return to their homeland. —Africultures
Saad Chraibi (1952, Fez, Morocco) studied medicine for several years at the University of Casablanca. He wrote many articles and in 1979 he made his first feature Les cendres du clos.
De la vie d’un village (1978, short),Les cendres du clos (1979, co-dir), Paroles et expressions (1980, short), Absence (1982, short), Chroniques d’un vie normale (1990), Femmes…et femmes (1998), Soif (2000) —filmfestivalrotterdam.com