A Son (Bik Eneich: Un Fils)

A Son (Bik Eneich: Un Fils)

COMING SOON TO CINEMAS12 November 2020
A Son (Bik Eneich: Un Fils)

Intense, award-winning drama following a family weekend in southern Tunisia that turns into a nightmare when the 11-year-old son is gravely injured in a terrorist shootout.

Best Actor winner (Bouajila) at the 2019 Venice Film Festival.
2019Rating: M, Violence & offensive language96 minsFrance, Lebanon, Qatar, TunisiaArabic, French with English subtitles
DramaWorld Cinema

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

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Barsaoui has a bright future ahead of him as a director of dramas that expertly capture complex human emotions within their socio-cultural, historical and political context.

Screen Daily

Screen Daily

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Compellingly explores the expression "a matter of life and death" via a suspenseful and emotionally draining tale of reverberating collateral damage.

Variety

Variety

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Not many debuting directors are able to bring subtlety and depth to a heart-rending subject, which is just one reason why Mehdi M. Barsaoui’s superb “A Son” deserves significant attention.

Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

Barsaoui has a bright future ahead of him as a director of dramas that expertly capture complex human emotions within their socio-cultural, historical and political context.

Screen Daily

Screen Daily

press

Compellingly explores the expression "a matter of life and death" via a suspenseful and emotionally draining tale of reverberating collateral damage.

Variety

Variety

press

Not many debuting directors are able to bring subtlety and depth to a heart-rending subject, which is just one reason why Mehdi M. Barsaoui’s superb “A Son” deserves significant attention.

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