Reviewed by nikkareyes
on 17/10/2016 15:09

A poignant story of two childhood friends, one a Muslim the other a Jewish girl  and the conflicts that they have to deal with along the way.  The screenplay was commendably written and while the film tackles about Nazi occupation in Tunisia what's highlighted  more is the interactions between these lead characters, Myriam and Nour.  Viewers will also get a taste of the Jewish and Arab cultures and very noticeable would be the musical scoring which features Arab and Jewish music all throughout the movie.  Impressive performances by Brochere and Borval as well as Albou who's also the director of this compelling film.