Password: Fajara

Password: Fajara

Abstract phantoms of trucks cross the screen. Infrared images. This is where refugees are waiting in the hope of reaching UK through the Eurotunnel. "Fajara" is the Arab word for explosion. But in the Jungle it was a word for: getting through, making it to the other side, arriving. The images become abstract, semantics dissolve. A haunting film about the phantoms of meaning (of words).

Other Titles
Mot de passe: Fajara
Running Time
18 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Drama, Short, Documentary
Séverine Sajous, Patricia Sánchez Mora
Patricia Sánchez Mora, Séverine Sajous
France, Spain
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about drama «Password: Fajara» (15)

Cynthia P. avatar
Cynthia P.

This was just what I needed to finish out the day. Funny, scary, and somehow a feel-good movie. Take the time to watch this, especially if you have had a bad day.

Linda Thompson avatar
Linda Thompson

I haven't enjoyed a movie this much in a long time! Definitely recommend

Deborah avatar

One worth watching. Beautiful meaning and message.

Walter M. avatar
Walter M.

This is the best movie I had watched until now. Some scenes are very fabulous and so amazing that I can't describe it.

Roy Watkins avatar
Roy Watkins

Great Directing from Séverine Sajous. The cinematography was stunning throughout the whole film.

Kevin Arnold avatar
Kevin Arnold

I must admit when I saw the preview for Mot de passe: Fajara I gave myself big expectations. THIS FILM DID NOT Disappoint!

Brenda avatar

Old-school Drama goodness! Real good. It's got plot, visuals, soundtrack, performances.

Margaret Rose avatar
Margaret Rose

This is one of THE best original Drama movies to come out in a long time! The cinematography, ORIGINAL choreography, story, cast and acting are all spot-on! The over-all production quality is top!

Mildred H. avatar
Mildred H.

just go and watch it and be prepared to be blown away. Literally.