The story takes place in current times, in a small village somewhere between North Africa and the Middle East. The women fetch water from a mountaintop spring in the blazing sun. They’ve done that since the beginning of time. Leila, a young bride, urges the women to launch a love strike: no more cuddling, no more sex until the men run water into the village. –Cannes Film Festival
He left Romania in 1980 during the dictatorship of Ceausescu, to flee to France via Israel. In Paris he studied film and worked as assistant director to Marco Ferreri (among others), with whom he then worked on the adaptation of Plato’s dialogue for the TV movie The Banquet in 1989.
In 1993, Radu Mihăileanu directed Trahir, his first feature film, of which he co-wrote the screenplay. The film won several awards at festivals (Montreal, Istanbul…). His second feature film, Le Train de la vie, gained international success, in particular by winning two prizes at the 1998 Venice Film Festival and the Sundance Festival.
After meeting with Ethiopian immigrants in Israel, he began a vast undertaking that would culminate in 2005 with Va, Vis et Deviens, which was nominated for a César for best original screenplay the following year, after having won several awards at the Berlinale in 2005.
In 2009, Le Concert would attract nearly 1.9 million viewers in France and would be a… read more
There was a film with the content in Turkey. Actor was Sener Sen and the actrist was Mujde Ar. This is also applied in a village of Mersin city and Silifke town. The name of the village is Kica in 2008. http://www.haberturk.com/yasam/haber/96102-kadinlar-kocalarini-yatak-odasina-almiyor
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