Inch'Allah Dimanche

Overview

Set in 1974, when the French government decided to allow the families of Algerian men working in France to legally emigrate to join them, Inch'Allah Dimanche tells the story of one such family. Upon arriving in France with her three children, Zouina (Fejra Deliba), is sent off to live in a house that her husband has rented for them. Unfortunately, she quickly realizes that her husband has no intention of allowing her to see the country as it exists outside of the house, and is prohibited from leaving. Without ...
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Overview

Set in 1974, when the French government decided to allow the families of Algerian men working in France to legally emigrate to join them, Inch'Allah Dimanche tells the story of one such family. Upon arriving in France with her three children, Zouina (Fejra Deliba), is sent off to live in a house that her husband has rented for them. Unfortunately, she quickly realizes that her husband has no intention of allowing her to see the country as it exists outside of the house, and is prohibited from leaving. Without friends and family and constantly under the surveillance of her domineering mother-in-law, Zouina finds her only source of relief is Sunday -- the film's title translates to "Thank God for Sunday!" -- when her husband takes his mother out for the day and Zouina and the children are able to explore the outside world. ~ Rebecca Flint Marx
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Special Features

Inch'Allah Dimanche trailer; Biographies of director & actors; Coming soon to Film Movement: Scott Hamilton Kennedy's OT: Our Town; This month's short film: Black Rider by Pepe Danquart
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 4/5/2005
  • UPC: 616892630425
  • Original Release: 2001
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  • Source: Film Movement
  • Presentation: Subtitled
  • Time: 1:38:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 57,506

Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. The Family Reunion [8:41]
2. New House [10:27]
3. Neighbors [4:04]
4. The Fight [9:05]
5. Algerian Family Like Us [8:18]
6. If You Tell Him... [10:11]
7. Trip to the Store [9:32]
8. Missing Mother [6:47]
9. Escape Again [9:31]
10. Makeup [5:31]
11. Don't Abandon Me, Malika [8:19]
12. I'll Be the One [4:04]
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Side #1 --
   Play Inch' Allah Dimanche
   Scene Access
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   Special Features
      Biographies
         Yamina Benguigui, Director
         Fjeria Deliba, 'Zouina'
         Zinedine Soualem, 'Ahmed'
      Inch' Allah Dimanche - Trailer
      This Month's Short Film - Pepe Danquart's Black Rider (Germany)
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      Coming Soon Scott Hamilton Kennedy's OT: Our Town (USA)
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