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, tells the story of an aimless young man who defies the convention of his arranged marriage to pursue an illegitimate romance with an older, free-spirited woman.It is the first Arabic film to be in the competition for the Berlinale in 20 years and we gave it 4 stars. Thank you for asking this question, I’m glad to get right into it.Now, in regards to the economical and political point of view, it is true that development has stagnated.The regions that were at the centre of the revolution, because they were under-developed, are even worse off now.

Before meeting, consider negative outcomes and try to prevent them.This was one of the reasons I was compelled to show the couple in a passionate sex scene.Despite the absence of censorship, there was still a public refusal of depicting sex and nudity in films because more often or not it was portrayed negatively or as an act of violence, whether it be rape or incest.Four years since the Arab Spring, and the situation seems to be the same – your film seems to confirm that. When you make a film, you set out with a certain number of intentions but are always afraid to be misunderstood or to miss the mark you wanted to hit.I don’t think my film is pessimistic, in my opinion it is optimistic and open. The most radical change has been the freedom of expression that we have earned that did not exist four years ago.