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Goodbye Morocco

Goodbye Morocco

A film by Nadir Moknèche
World premiere date: November 21, 2012, Doha Tribeca Film Festival
French release date: February 13, 2013

Single mother Dounia lives with a Serbian architect in Tangiers—a scandalous relationship in the eyes of her Moroccan family. The couple supervises a construction project, where earthmovers uncover 4th century Christian tombs decorated with ornate frescoes. Dounia embarks on a lucrative but illegal trade in the hope of making some quick money so she can leave Morocco with her son and her lover. But one of the construction workers disappears...

With Lubna Azabal, Rasha Bukvic, Faouzi Bensaïdi, Grégory Gadebois, Anne Coesens, Ralph Amoussou

DOHA TRIBECA FILM FESTIVAL REVIEW Goodbye Morocco is a generally classy and timely piece of work”

Hollywood Reporter Nov 23rd 2012, Stephen Dalton

A film noir set in contempo Tangier, written and smoothly helmed by Nadir Mokneche”

Variety Nov 28th, 2012 - Alissa Simon

An impressively steamy and complex mystery thriller”

Screen International Nov 29th 2012, Mark Adams

Special Mention In Narrative Feature Category, Doha Tribeca Film Festival
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— director
Nadir Moknèche
— cast
Lubna Azabal, Rasha Bukvic, Faouzi Bensaïdi, Grégory Gadebois, Anne Coesens, Ralph Amoussou
— producers
Blue Monday Productions, France 2 Cinéma, Rhône-Alpes Cinéma, Need Productions
— duration
1h42
— production year
2012
— release date france
February 13, 2013
— nationality
French, Belgium
— screenplay
Nadir Moknèche
— genre
Drama
— french distributor
Les Films du Losange
— international sales
Les Films du Losange
— with the participation of
France Télévisions, Ciné +, Centre National de la Cinématographie et de l’Image Animée, Région Rhône-Alpes
— supported by
Tax Shelter du Gouvernement Fédéral Belge, Programme Média de l’Union Européenne, Procirep-Angoa-Agicoa, Cofinova Développement
— format
Scope
— sound format
Dolby SRD
— cinematographer
Hélène Louvart
— sound
Marc Engels
— editing
Stéphanie Mahet, Olivier Gourlay
— costume designer
Bethsabée Dreyfus
— production designer
Johann George
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