A girl cam of tunis
The synagogue's name can be translated as "strange" or "miraculous." The surrounding streets include a kosher butcher, a bakery that sells a traditional tuna-filled pastry known as "brik" and schools that teach lessons in Hebrew, French and Arabic.During the annual Lag Ba Omer festival, the streets throng with Jewish pilgrims who venerate Rabbi Shimon bar Yochai, a second-century mystic.When school lets out, the streets around the ancient synagogue on this Tunisian island fill with rambunctious boys wearing Jewish kippahs and girls in long skirts, shouting to each other in Hebrew, Arabic and French.
Only lately do we understand, as well as Farah, that her career as a rock-singer has been protected by a family friend.Tunis, summer 2010, a few months before the Revolution: Farah, 18 years-old, has just graduated and her family already sees her as a future doctor. "As I Open My Eyes" is a story about tense political situation (before Arab Spring) without a political message. She has a passion for life, gets drunk, discovers love and her city by night against the will of her mother Hayet, who knows Tunisia and its dangers too well.Coming home, she had the raw material for what became an award-winning documentary with the title “Malek Means Angel”.The film premiered at the prestigious IDFA Film festival in Amsterdam last year and has gone on to various festivals around the world, amongst these FIDADOC in Morocco and Universal Martial Arts Film Festival in France where it was awarded Best Documentary.
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When the real political situation is exposed and the band has to stop performing, the bigger conflict with the totalitarian police forces is even too familiar from many similar movies.