OT: Terminal Sud
Rabah Ameur-Zaïmeche // France, 2018
Fiction Feature // FF2019
When injustice becomes the law, resistance is a duty. Isn‘t it? South Terminal portrays a fictional dystopia that seems threateningly familiar and generates its realism from precisely that fact: it could all happen just like this. A nameless state somewhere in the Mediterranean has long been ruled by crisis. Every day, the country slides deeper into a spiral of poverty and violence. Suddenly, checkpoints guarded by armed militia start appearing and people disappearing. In this situation, a doctor continues to try and do his duty – until he himself ends up in the crosswires of the conflict.
DirectorRABAH AMEUR-ZAÏMECHE (*1966) grew up in France. He studied humanities and in 1999 founded his own production company. He has already made six films as director in which he sometimes also acts.
OV with English subtitles
Ramzy Bedia, Amel Brahim-Djelloul, Slimane Dazi, Salim Ameur-Zaïmeche, Nabil Djedouani, Nacira Guénif, Marie Loustalot, Grégoire Pontecaille, Zahia Rahmani, Nadja Harek, Xavier Mussel, Christian Milia-Darmezin, Djemel Barek, Jacques Nolot, Régis Laroche, Charles Mollon
Irina Lubtchansky, Camille Clément
'Lille Lasse', Kraja
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