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Le grand voyage [videorecording] = al-Riḥlah al-kubrá / Humbert Balsan présente ; une coproduction Franco-Marocaine ; Ognon Pictures ; Arte France Cinéma ; Soread 2M ; Casablanca Films Productions ; Les Films du Passage ; un film de Ismaël Ferroukhi ; produit par Humbert Balsan ; scénario et dialogues, Ismaël Ferroukhi.

Contributor(s): Cazalé, Nicolas, 1977- | Majd, Mohamed | Ferroukhi, Ismaël | Balsan, Humbert, 1954-2005 | Film Movement (Firm) | Ognon Pictures | Arte France cinéma (Firm) | 2M Soréad (Firm) | Casablanca Film (Firm) | Films du passage (Firm).
Material type: materialTypeLabelVisual materialSeries: Film Movement series: v. 3, film 6.Publisher: [Fair Lawn, N.J.] : Prince Frederick, Md. : Film Movement ; Distributed by RB Publishing, [2006], 2004Edition: Widescreen format.Description: 1 videodisc (ca. 113 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.Other title: رحلة الكبرى Other title: Riḥlah al-kubrá.Subject(s): Muslims -- France -- Drama | Muslim pilgrims and pilgrimages -- Saudi Arabia -- Mecca -- Drama | Fathers and sons -- Drama | Conflict of generations -- DramaGenre/Form: Videodiscs. | Feature films.DDC classification: [Fic] | 843.92
Production Credits: Image, Katell Dijan, Nicolas Duchesne ; montage, Tina Baz ; musique originale, Fowzi Guerdjou.
Cast: Nicolas Cazale, Mohamed Majd, Jacky Nercessian.Summary: The stern father of a Muslim family in France has his teenage son drive him to Mecca for the religious pilgrimage known as the hajj. The son, who is irreligious and has a non-Muslim girlfriend, doesn't relate to his traditionalist father, nor does the dad relate to his son -- a culture clash (and generational clash) that is the spine of their entire trip to Saudi Arabia.
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Originally produced as motion picture in 2004.

Special features included.

Image, Katell Dijan, Nicolas Duchesne ; montage, Tina Baz ; musique originale, Fowzi Guerdjou.

Nicolas Cazale, Mohamed Majd, Jacky Nercessian.

The stern father of a Muslim family in France has his teenage son drive him to Mecca for the religious pilgrimage known as the hajj. The son, who is irreligious and has a non-Muslim girlfriend, doesn't relate to his traditionalist father, nor does the dad relate to his son -- a culture clash (and generational clash) that is the spine of their entire trip to Saudi Arabia.

Not rated by the MPAA.

DVD player required; region 1.

Soundtrack in French and Arabic; subtitles in English.

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