“Kifik ya Leila”?!...
The loss of moral standards, and
the prevalence of drug use among young people, is one of the negative results
of the Lebanese civil war… Add to that, the ignorance of parents in dealing
with their children, the prejudices and the concepts that govern the
relationship between men and women; all these are topics of public interest
including parents and youth.
Laila is an actress, who has
moved away from her career during her pregnancy. After birth, she suffers from
baby blues. Then she decided to resume her professional life and participate in
a casting for the role of a fat woman who resorted to random sexual encounters
and drugs to forget her pain and compensate for an inferiority complex. At the
request of the director she starts to improvise on the subject, and seizes the
opportunity to review her life. It is a deep journey in a psychodrama style
characterized by a performance of contradictions.
It is the biography of a torn
life that was wasted.
the machismo and the feminism,
the freedom and the sexual slavery, the drugs... all these, are evil means of
self-expression or compensation of an inferiority complex. These topics are
covered in part through the experience of the heroine Leila, in a grotesque
psychological style, which combines the contradictions of human behavior...
A sincere language that is
characterized, by the diversity of performance, between satirical comedy and
tragedy, with moments of escape, to the world of reggae.
Salle 35,000 LBP
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