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A Mile in My Shoes
A Mile in My Shoes

A Mile in My Shoes directed by Said Khallaf has been selected by Morocco as the country’s official submission for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 2017 Academy Awards.

The film won the Gold Award of the 4th annual Luxor Egyptian and European Film Festival as the best feature movie; and the Grand Prize of the 17th National Film Festival in Tangier, along with the award for best actor for Amine Naji, best actress for Fatima Harandi (aka Raouia) and the prize for the best music for Mohamed Osama.

A Mile in My Shoes is a psychological thriller that tells the story of child who, born and bred in misery and suffering, decides to take revenge on the society that has marginalized him. Set against the backdrop of an unforgiving city filled with mayhem and poverty, this bleak yet touching social drama offers sensitive insight into the lives of children on the street. Featuring outstanding performances by protagonists Rawia and Amine, this riveting tale depicts the consequences of vulnerability in a system that pits individuals against each other for survival.


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