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TRAVAIL D'ARABE

by Christian Philibert

synopsis

Momo, who’s had a minor run in with the law, decides to turn over a new leaf. In so doing, he is shocked to discover his new employers’ unscrupulous schemes. The trials and tribulations of a young man of North African descent are dealt with in a humorous way and set against the backdrop of a small town in southern France.

original title: TRAVAIL D'ARABE
country: France
year: 2002
genre: fiction
directed by: Christian Philibert
film run: 88'
release date: FR 09/07/2003
screenplay: Christian Philibert, Yamina Guebli
cast: Mohammed Metina, Jacques Bastide, Jean-Marc Ravera, Cyril Lecomte
cinematography by: Gilles Porte
film editing: Eric Renault
art director: Franck Mortier
costumes designer: Aude Amedeo
music: Michel Korb
producer: Didier Haudepin, Robert Boner
production: Bloody Mary Productions, Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes Cinéma, Ciné Manufacture (CH), Les Films d'Espigoule (FR)
distributor: Pan Européenne Edition
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