19 June 2018, 6 PM - 7:30 PM

In this ramshackle world, between fantasy and fantastic, lives a man, Tarik. Tarik wears makeup and dresses as a woman. He dances on a cart drawn by a dying horse and a father who doesn’t watch him anymore. He dances to the sound of a brass band composed of poor wretches, outcasts, punks, with or without dogs, and misfits who are filled with inertia. Followed by the crowd, Tarik vibrates with feminine sensuality, abandoning himself to this passion, his face barred by a moustache claiming his truncated manhood.

Hicham Lasri is a director, writer and comic book creator. Working with multiple outputs he written three plays: ‘Rêve!’ (2006), ‘ZemZem’ (2008) and ‘Les Invisibles’ (2017); and two novels: ‘Stati©’ (2010) and ‘Sainte Rita’ (2015); and two graphic novels – ‘Vaudou’ (2015) and ‘Fawda’ (2017). Also, he has directed five movies: ‘The End’ (2012), ‘C’est Eux les Chiens’ (2013), ‘The Sea Is Behind’ (2014), ‘Starve Your Dog’ (2015) and ‘Headbang Lullaby’ (2017). His movies have been selected for the Berlinale 2015, 2016 and 2017, and for Acid Cannes in 2012 and 2013.

1h 28min | Arabic with English subtitles

Location: Auditorium, Second Floor

Free Entrance | Limited Seats


The Arab Fund for Arts and Culture – AFAC

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