Oulaya's Wedding

Oulaya's Wedding is a movie starring Selmou Doueh Baamar, Halima Jakani, and Bashiri Touballi. Oulaya's Wedding is the portrait of a family, the most well-known wedding band of Dakhla: Group Doueh. The documentary focuses on the...

Running Time
57 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary
Director
Cyrus Moussavi, Hisham Mayet, Brittany Nugent
Actors
Selmou Doueh Baamar, Halima Jakani, Bashiri Touballi
Country
USA
Year
2017
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about documentary «Oulaya's Wedding» (19)

Frances Mills avatar
Frances Mills

Oulaya's Wedding is the portrait of a family, the most well-known wedding band of Dakhla: Group Doueh. The documentary focuses on the week-long celebration of the marriage of the oldest daughter of the family: Oulaya. The ceremony is the occasion for playing music, dancing and beauty pageants. Love, family and gender roles are also explored through the prism of this caste of musicians, helping us to get some insight on Sahraoui culture and life.

Brenda F. avatar
Brenda F.

Big, Bold, Exciting - a true triumph! I was absolutely blown away and remember thinking throughout the film - I want more of this - up until the end when I was generally sorry to be leaving the cinema.

Martha K. avatar
Martha K.

One of the most brilliant movies I have ever seen.

Ethan Ferguson avatar
Ethan Ferguson

Here it is, the masterpiece we've been waiting for!

Daniel Oliver avatar
Daniel Oliver

This movie is wonderful. I enjoyed every minute of it.

Karen avatar
Karen

Well-acted by a great cast. Entertaining. Pulled me into story and interested until the end.

George avatar
George

this should be required viewing to all 7th graders.

David avatar
David

Can't wait to watch the film again to digest it better. Would lose if watched on DVD, without any doubt a film to be enjoyed on the big screen!

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Martha Chavez

Such a great documentary movie!!