Vive la mariée... et la libération du Kurdistan (1998)

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Vive la mariée... et la libération du Kurdistan (1998) Poster

Cheto is a Kurdish political refugee living in Paris. Despite his relations with a Frenchwoman, Christine, his goal was to marry a virgin and patriotic Kurd.


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2 wins.

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12 July 2002 | qsft9
Love chooses the hearts it wants to possess
Whats good for kurdistan when you live in Paris, France. Your a Kurd and you know what to do: get married with a proper kurdish girl! Everybody understands that! Videotaped brides for the picking. Order one, she'll be delivered, its easy! But then the music stops... I nice study of loving life. Romantic, tender, cruelly funny and funnily cruel. I enjoyed it A LOT. Where is the video?! Dvd maybe? Doh !

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Release Date:

3 June 1998

Language

French, Kurdish


Country of Origin

France

Filming Locations

Paris, France

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