2012/Color/110 mins/Morocco

Category Contemporary Moroccan Cinema
Director Nour Eddine Lakhmari
Producer Redouan Bayed
Screenplay Jarnes Angelique, Nour Eddine Lakhmari
Cinematography Luca Coassin
Editor Walid Ayoub
Music Richard Horowitz
Set NA
Costume NA
Cast Younes Bouab (Zero), Mohamed Majd (Father), Sonia Okacha (Kenza Amor), Ouidad Elma (Nadia).
Production Company Timlif
World Sales NA
Festival/Awards Dubai, 2012; Awards for Best film, Best actor, and Jury Prize, Tetouan Mediterranean FF

Amine Bertale, nicknamed "Zero" is a police officer in his mid thirties, pacing the streets of Casablanca surrounded by loss and futility and the corruption of everyone around him. He is burdened with the care of his disabled father, from whom he bears constant curses. When he needs money, he cooperates with Mimi, to set up men looking for prostitutes. One day everything changes when he meets a mother looking for her missing daughter.

Nour Eddine Lakhmari
The Morcoccan filmmaker Nour Eddine Lakhamri was born on February 15, 1964 in Safi, Morocco, and began his career in filmmaking in Academy of Film in Oslo. In 2005 he released his first feature Le Regard. His film Casanegra (2008) has received several awards and was Moroccan nomination to Best Foreign Language Film at the Oscars in 2010.

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