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I watched it and I think it's a good movie but overall i think the story was a lil bit off and made no sense.... I think because they tried to put all of the Algerian society stereotypes into one movie which i think made it confusing. If you want it let me know.

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i heard abt it..but didnt get the chance to watch it...meaning i want it beebo:P

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I watched it some years back when it was out in cinemas. A nice and honest movie. The story is sad but I remember I had some laughs with my friends because of some typical DZ expressions. And the majority of the non-DZ ppl in the cinema looked at us like we were heartless smile.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':)' />
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a google video of it would be great..or beebo; if you do have it.. am sure abdelmoumen can seed it for us temporarily.

ok cheers
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With english subtitles...

http://www.dailymoti...avHgoF0K1Zp6bcV


for those who cannot wait long.. lol..
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it didnt make sense and there was no point to it smile.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':S' /> thanks for the link rima

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u are welcome meriem..
i will put a new movie everyday.. u should try bab el ouad city...

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i watched it a few years back in cinema here in london. when the film finished some womens left crying....
one of the best algerian films ever made
i have the dvd of it somewhere, just need to look for it

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hahaha yah it's kinda sad ...

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loool I was wondering why you were posting about my husband's aunt :P
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i watched it was like kinda weird n scry at the same time... :unsure:
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need a working link to this please

and you have to have lived in the areas whom this happened to ... to really understand what is happening, a good movie to never forget those dark ages
TamattuT nnegh machi ghir i waghrom
Tattali zang u yis wa Traffed' agastur."
The shawi woman isn't just for house work
She rides the horse and carries a sword.