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Le Collier Perdu de la Colombe

The Dove's Lost Necklace
Tawk al Hamama al Mafkoud / La Collana Perduta della Colomba

Tunisia/France/Italy 1991
produced by
Mark Lombardo for Carthago Films, Italian International Film, La Sept Cinéma
directed by Nacer Khemit
starring Navin Chowdhry, Walid Arakji, Ninar Esber, Noureddine Kasbaoui, Jamil Joudi, Sonia Hochlaff, Chloé Rejon
written by Nacer Khemir

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Scholar and calligrapher Hassan (Navin Chowdhry) discovers part of an ancient scripture that in its full form might reveal the secret of love and end a magic spell over the Princess of Samarkand, whom Hassan daydreams about. However, despite the noblest of motives, he is locked out of the city's library, and the only one who agrees to help him in his quest is Zin (Walid Arakji), a resourceful young boy who makes a living delivering loveletters throughout town. Eventually, Zin helps Hassan to break into the library, but that's when war starts and the library goes up in flames. Zin and Hassan are separated, and while Zin is taken to paradise (which might or might not mean he has died), Hassan is saved from the enemy forces by a mysterious masked rider, Aziz (Ninar Esber), who draws the enemy's attention to himself and gives Hassan an opportunity to escape. When Hassan and Aziz later meet again, Aziz turns out to be a woman, and the two soon start to have tender feelings for one another - when the enemy shows up again and they are forced to flee and take a leap over the cliffs into the sea.

Once over the cliffs, Hassan and Aziz get seperated again, and when Hassan tries to find her, he finds the missing scripture instead and has to realize Aziz was the answer to the meaning of love and his Princess of Samarkand all rolled into one ...


A deliberately naive Arabian Nights-style fairytale that gets across its story full of magic without one single special effect and instead uses nothing more than colourful images, beautiful sets and landscapes, and a dreamlike pacing that lacks any out-of-place haste. It might be a far cry from Western Arabian Nights spectacles - and Le Collier Perdu de la Colombe is all the more fascinating for it ...


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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