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“Bye bye France” by Doha Moustaquim, a young Moroccan filmmaker, is a hit at the Tangier National Film Festival

By Said Kadry on 09/20/2022 at 6:25 p.m.

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The feature film “Bye bye la France” by young director Doha Moustaquim was screened during the official competition of the 22nd edition of the Tangier National Film Festival.

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VideoThe feature film “Bye bye la France” by young director Doha Moustaquim was screened during the official competition of the 22nd edition of the Tangier National Film Festival. A screening that made a good impression on the public.

Doha Moustaquim, 21, is one of Morocco’s youngest directors. The filmmaker did not hide her joy at having made a comic film, produced jointly by Nour Ayatollah and Taha Khaled.

After receiving thunderous applause, the young director, interviewed by Le360, said she was proud of the interaction with the public and the emotional moments her film created in the hearts of film lovers.

Tarik Boukhari, one of the main actors of Bye bye Francesaid he was honored and lucky to have shared the bill with comedian Rafik Boubker.

This comic film tells the story of a young immigrant in his thirties, Moulay Al Mahdi. The young man will find himself on the street overnight, without money or identity, and will be confronted with several problems, but also with the funniest situations.

The roles of Bye bye France were entrusted to Moroccan actors, in particular Nassar Akbab, Rafik Boubker, Tariq Al Boukhari, Fatima Zahra Hrach, Nabil Atif, Sanaa Mazki, Chafik Bsibe and Abdellatif Chakra.

By Said Kadry


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