طنغ! [ڤدرردنگ] = بركت! - Enough!


DVD - 2008 | Arabic
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The story of two women. Emel is a Westerner whose husband, a journalist, is missing - perhaps kidnapped or even killed. Khadija is an older woman who has lived through the country's decades-long struggle. Together they search for Emel's husband.
Publisher: [New York] : First Run Features, [2008]
Branch Call Number: DVD ARABIC ENOUGH
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (94 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in
Characteristics (Original Script): 1 ڤددس (94 من.) : سد.، ل. ؛ 4 3/4 ان
Additional Contributors (Original Script): سهر، دجمل،
Alternative Title: Barakat!


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Jul 18, 2018

During the Algeria civil war, two women, Amel, a westernized doctor and Khadidja, an older woman were trying to search for Amel's missing husband, a journalist who might be kidnapped or killed for his written articles. So both female heroes began their search along the dangerous but beautiful and lawless countryside.
This film was the best narrative film in the Dubai International Film Festival.

Dec 30, 2016

during the Algerian civil war, Amel and Khadidja, two Algerian women, navigate their way through the countryside while searching for Amel's missing journalist husband. there is danger because of the warring factions and because they are two women on the road alone. they meet an old man who gives them a lift in his donkey cart all the while looking for his sons who have disappeared into the fighting. at the time of this story, the women were not required to veil but at every turn they were subjected to male suspicion and harassment which they were able to manage and deflect. good story.

Oct 01, 2013

A good movie, great scenery, and good story.. I wish more was revealed about her husband, it left a few holes in the story!..Still, a good cultural movie! I recommend it!


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