Face à la mer, pour que les larmes deviennent des éclats de rire
A story about double cultural identity of the peoples of the Maghreb
A story about double cultural identity of the peoples of the Maghreb and the impact of the sea on their lives and mentality. The French-Tunisian choreographer Radhouane El Meddeb presents his private and yet universal story of loss and mourning, loneliness and exile, told against a backdrop of a tumultous history of Tunisia. The dancers on an empty stage - three women and five men, enter into a dialogue with the culture of the Arab coast, accompanied by old Tunisian songs about departure, melancholy and sea.