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Barakat!

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Barakat!
Asali
Lokacin bugawa 2006
Asalin suna بركات da Barakat !
Asalin harshe Larabci
Faransanci
Ƙasar asali Aljeriya da Faransa
Characteristics
Genre (en) Fassara drama film (en) Fassara
Wuri
Tari Museum of Modern Art (en) Fassara
Direction and screenplay
Darekta Djamila Sahraoui
Marubin wasannin kwaykwayo Djamila Sahraoui
'yan wasa
Other works
Mai rubuta kiɗa Allá (en) Fassara
External links

Barakat! Fim ne na wasan kwaikwayo na ƙasashen Faransanci / Aljeriya a shekarar 2006 wanda Djamila Sahraoui ta jagoranta. An fara shi a bikin Fina-Finan Duniya na Berlin a ranar 16 ga Fabrairu 2006.

Makirci[gyara sashe | gyara masomin]

A lokacin yaƙin basasar Algeria, Amel (Rachida Brakni) likita ce wacce, bayan dawowa gida daga aiki wata rana, ta gano cewa mijinta ɗan jarida ya ɓace. Ba tare da samun taimako daga hukuma ba, ta yanke shawarar neman shi da kanta. Wata mata ce ke taimaka mata, Khadidja.[1]

Ƴan wasa[gyara sashe | gyara masomin]

  • Rachida Brakni as Amel
  • Fattouma Ousliha Bouamari as Khadidja
  • Zahir Bouzerar as Le vieil homme
  • Malika Belbey as Nadia
  • Amine Kedam as Bilal
  • Ahmed Berrhama as Karim
  • Abdelbacet Benkhalifa as L'homme du barrage
  • Abdelkrim Beriber a matsayin Le Policier
  • Ahmed Benaisa as Homme accueil hospital
  • Mohamed Bouamari a Hadj Slimane

Kyauta[gyara sashe | gyara masomin]

A bikin Fim da Talabijin na Panafrica na 2007 na Ouagadougou, Barakat! ya lashe kyautar Oumarou Ganda a matsayin mafi kyawun aiki na farko, kyautar mafi kyawun kiɗa da kuma kyautar mafi kyawun wasan kwaikwayo.[2] Har ila yau, ta lashe kyautar mafi kyawun fina-finan Larabawa a bikin fina-finai na ƙasa da ƙasa na Dubai na uku.[3]

Nassoshi[gyara sashe | gyara masomin]

Hanyoyin haɗi na waje[gyara sashe | gyara masomin]

  1. Southern, Natalie, Plot Synopsis, Allmovie, retrieved 24 January 2008[permanent dead link]
  2. "Child soldier's struggle takes top prize at Africa's Fespaco film fest", Canadian Broadcasting Centre, 5 March 2007, retrieved 24 January 2008
  3. Jaafar, Ali (18 December 2006), "Dubai festival lauds Algerian 'Barakat!", Variety, retrieved 24 January 2008