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Zita Hanrot ...
Nora Bouaab
Samira Brahmia ...
Fatma
Judith Caen ...
Judith
Fabienne Babe ...
Marlène
Lorette-Sixtine ...
Lola
Souad Flissi ...
Houria
Meriem Serbah ...
Sonia
Salma Lahmer ...
Nawell
Djamila Lemouda ...
Farida
Boubacar Samb ...
M. Diakaré
Simon Bourgade ...
Eric, le jeune gardien
Katia Grimm ...
Darina, la femme enceinte
Luc Antoni ...
Anthony
Serge Biavan ...
Le surveillant chef
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Jim
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Eight angry women

When I watched this terrific little gem, I could not prevent myself to think about Sidney Lumet's TWELVE ANGRY MEN, speaking of a group of men

  • jury members - locked in the room besides the court one and deciding


together of who was guilty. Here, it is not question of twelve men but eight or nine women, and in a prison. But it is not question of inmates, nor ward sisters. It is question here of visitors; women visiting their husbands, brothers, sons or fathers behind bars. A topic never spoken about in any movie. The perfect topic for a short length film. You have here an outstanding piece of work, pulled by awesome performances. Most of the cast are non professional actresses who give a more than realistic, poignant scenes. It was set in a real prison: Fleury Mérogis, near Paris. This jail is not shown under its best side, nor the wardens, old timers and rookies. A masterpiece this little but great character study.


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