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(2848) 6.8 87 min 2016

Sufat Chol is a movie starring Lamis Ammar, Ruba Blal, and Hitham Omari. When their entire lives shatter, two Bedouin women struggle to change the unchangeable rules, each in her own individual way.

Lamis Ammar, Khadija Al Akel, Hitham Omari, Ruba Blal
Elite Zexer

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Drama
Director Elite Zexer
Writer Elite Zexer
Stars Lamis Ammar, Khadija Al Akel, Hitham Omari, Ruba Blal
Country Israel, France, Germany
Also Known As Tormenta de arena, Piesocná búrka, Αμμοθύελλα, Tempesta di sabbia, Pustynna burza, Sandstorm, La tempesta di sabbia, Tempestade de Areia, Sand Storm, Tempête de sable
Runtime 1H 27M
Description When Layla's mother Jalila knows of her daughter's secretly having a boyfriend, she forbids her from seeing him again. Layla gets furious and disobey, but what she doesn't know is that her mother is her ally and not her enemy. Then the father comes in and with him the mores of the Bedouin community they all belong in for better or for worse.

Top reviews

Friday, 03 Apr 2020 07:23

Told from the point of view of the father of the main character, 'The Night Chol' is a story of the multiple failures of human memory, with the suggestion that memories are only of the mind, and not of the body. As his son, who can't remember the first time he saw his father alive, falls in love with his mother, the father decides to go out of the city and to find her, in order to have her in his arms and to thank her for bringing him back to his senses. The journey begins in his car with his mother, who is driving, as the scene is taking place, the car breaks down and he has to walk, he is forced to stop, and at this point he sees a yellow minivan, which his mother had been using to hitch a ride to the city. He puts the minivan in the back of his car, and at this point he stops, and after looking around, finds a woman, who was a taxi driver, and he immediately goes to meet her, but at this point, she can't remember him, and so he tells her about the strange car, and he asks her to drive him home, to thank him for having her in his arms. As he walks the streets, he goes to a club and asks a girl in a bar, who just came out of the club, to have her drink, he asks her if she wants to go home, and she is happy to do so, but at this point, she has lost her memory and they have to start all over again, by going to a house of a madman, where he has a series of memories, where they meet the mother of the husband of the madman, and the madman suddenly has a flashback and remembers his son who died years before, in his old age. This time, the boy tries to explain to him, in order to convince him that he has not forgotten him, how he had been around his father. At this point, the man starts to remember his son, as he has been around his father for years. The father, who is now also in his old age, is horrified by the memories, and the father's girlfriend, who is his sister-in-law, is not able to understand what the father is telling her. The mother of the madman, is also starting to feel an old age, and her face is getting rounder and rounder, and she is worried about her son, who is still around, and about his possible memory of his father. But she does not understand, and she does not want to know, for she is still living in a dream, and she is still dreaming the same old dreams, which are now forcing her to give up her old ways. The mother and the father both want to find their son, but they cannot. They just do not understand, but they try to find him, and they are unable to. But they have no other way, except to try and get hold of
Thursday, 02 Apr 2020 22:27

I am a big fan of Kabir's films. I saw this one with my family and had to see it again. Now, after all of the hype this film received, I finally watched it. To be honest, the first few minutes of the movie were confusing and a little hard to understand, but after a few more minutes, it began to make more sense. However, there were a few things that were odd about this movie. First of all, the political message and the direction that it was going in was a little confusing. Maybe it was supposed to be political, but I still don't understand why they would want to use the life of a common Pakistani who has a relatively high IQ and not some politically sensitive person. After a while, the audience becomes aware of this and starts to ask some very political questions. This is the point in the movie where we find out why their uncle was saying that this particular Muslim country is full of terrorists. To me, this part of the movie made more sense. The rest of the movie is kind of boring. There were a couple of jokes, but they were mostly the same jokes that are played in all Kabir films. The director tries to mix two genres - military and comedy. He mixes these genres a little bit and it doesn't work. There are a few things that I liked in this movie. The acting of the director, the cinematography and some of the action scenes. I also liked the fact that this movie was shot in such a short time. If you are a fan of Kabir or Salman Khan, then you will definitely like this movie. If not, it is probably not for you.
Saturday, 28 Mar 2020 02:30

An inspirational story about a hard-working (and somewhat selfish) little man in the streets of Kingston, Jamaica, who returns home to fight for what he believes in. He gets the job of greeting everyone he meets and helping them. The government and his uncle wants to close the whole place down so that the doctors who are providing free health care can be fired, but his friend gets a job and helps him to keep his job. Meanwhile, he faces his old enemies and his rival is seeing a new girl in town. The hero knows he can't do anything without the help of his friends and a lot of love from his uncle. "Sufat Chol" is a powerful film about working class struggles and how they affect people in the outside world. It's not easy for some people to have a good life in Jamaica. We can see this from the first minutes of the film when the main character visits a girls' school to find a job. There are many hard times when things are hard for the people of Jamaica and the people in Kingston. The government is not as good as they seem, the people in Kingston are still living in poverty, and the men who work at the ambulance service are only working a few hours every month. This is also an important theme in the film. The characters show how difficult life is for the people living in Jamaica. They show us the hardships that people like themselves are facing every day. The people who work at the ambulance service show how they suffer the harsh conditions and the salaries they get. At the beginning of the film, we see the ambulance driver, Gumbule (David Bright) who has a lot of respect from the people in Kingston. He knows he is being lied to by the government. He is not happy about the fact that they are being forced to close down the whole area and all the people that work there are being fired. He knows he needs to fight to keep his job. He knows he can't live like the others who are laid off. "Sufat Chol" is a film that is worth watching and I hope more people will see it. It's a must-see!

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