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The Man Who Sold His Skin
Academy Award® Nominee for Best International Feature Film
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Certified Fresh with 94% on Rotten Tomatoes!
Sam Ali, a young sensitive and impulsive Syrian, left his country for Lebanon to escape the war. To be able to travel to Europe and live with the love of his life, he accepts to have his back tattooed by one of the World’s most sulfurous contemporary artist. Turning his own body into a prestigious piece of art, Sam will however come to realize that his decision might actually mean anything but freedom.
Tunisia | France | Belgium | Germany | Sweden | Turkey, 2020, 104 minutes, Not Rated, Directed by Kaouther Ben Hania
“The Syrian refugee crisis meets the western art market…[a] compelling (and Oscar-nominated) social satire, refugee-condition tragicomedy and love story.”– Anita Katz, SAN FRANCISCO EXAMINER
“Visually sumptuous, this breathtaking film has a remarkable sense of light and shade, colour, shapes, texture and especially skin.”– Rich Cline, SHADOWS ON THE WALL
“A provocative trip down the rabbit hole of art and commerce. Stylish and engaging.”– Avi Offer, NYC MOVIE GURU
“This Tunisian satire has the cleverest movie plot of 2020... political and playful, romantic and ironic.”– Roger Moore, MOVIE NATION
“Playful, probing… and also a wild ride.”– Sarah Ward, SCREEN INTERNATIONAL
“A real original, made by adventurous artists in a small North African industry that's never attracted much serious attention. But Ben Hania and her team have really come up with something fresh and dynamic here.”– Todd McCarthy, DEADLINE HOLLYWOOD DAILY