This is exemplified when Sfiya sobs with her granddaughters and blames their mother in front of them for putting their father through a lot of misery. Click here to sign up. Karima is still wearing manly clothes and her father shouts at her saying that 27 Dar el Ghezlane, Episode 1 www. Karima and Rachid Episode 1, This is uncannily 23 Dar el Ghezlane, Episode 1 www. One of the women, Amina who is played by Noura Skalli, complains to her husband about the unpleasant smell there and sarcastically wonders if there was no water or soap around for people to smell that bad. Younes asks him if he will ever change and says that Dr. The Representation of Women in Moroccan Television.
Hanae smiles reluctantly and the camera moves to a toothless elderly man who was lying on the bed and overheard their conversation which made him laugh pleasantly. Again, Hajj Bahi uses the same techniques to persuade Rachid to marry Karima by praising her cooking abilities even though she did not prepare the tea at all. Once more, women are depicted as being deceitful and sycophantic. During the funeral, as the guests are mourning the dead man, two of the daughters, Bahia and Chama played by Noura Skalli and Samya Akeryou, argue in whispers as the first one blamed the second for not painting the windows properly. Remember me on this computer. She closes the pot and confronts her, asking her what she is doing there. The implication in this scene is that being a female will always attract the sexual interest of co-workers and that no matter how good she is at her job —even after successfully performing a heart surgery- she is still looked at as a body and judged as such. In this scene we notice a shift from the urban area to a rural one.
Another woman interrupts by saying that if men without women are useless then bjat opposite is true as well. Karima zealously expresses that women can work outside, and then they would see if men can take care of the cattle, fetch water and do housework, nurture llalla children and cook. After noticing what Hajj Bahi is planning to do, Amina quickly pulls her episodee and walks towards Hajj Bahi and Rachid to sabotage his plan by showing him that Karima has a hot-tempered nature.
It was chosen in order to shed light on how the conservative mentality regards women and it serves as a unique example of a series that features a feminist figure who originates from a rural area which is worth considering and putting under the microscope. She says that she knows what the women of the village are afraid of.
She refuses to let him marry her by force.
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Karima is still wearing manly clothes and her father shouts at her saying that 27 Dar el Ghezlane, Episode 1 www. She is represented as being shameless in her denial mnanna her mistakes and trying to win the favor of other women by engaging in 16 Bnat La La Mnana, Episode 1 www.
Shocked, Rachid tells her that her father had not informed him of her pregnancy. By telling Youssef 28 Dar el Ghezlane, Episode 1 www. In bnah case, Karima plays on the masculine conservative mentality by using the taboo of virginity to her advantage. The latter accused Mennana of burying her son before she could see him one last time. Analysis of the Images of Women She pretends that she is attracted to him and that arouses his suspicions which push him to leave hurriedly.
She offered the daughters her condolences as she sat next to one of the guests.
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After Younes left, Anis walks to Dr. He starts flirting with her in a secluded place lapla she fears that someone might find them.
Once more, the woman is depicted as a disrespectful figure that does not shy away from sneaking into the kitchen in the middle of a funeral to steal food.
Karima asks them to gather around and pay attention. Mounia blames her sister epixode being mean and the latter warns her of men and claims that all they want to do is put women under their shoes.
Anis, played by Oussama Bestaoui, is the new village doctor who represents an educated urban man who is forced to move from a big hospital in order to occupy a position as the new doctor of Dar el Ghezlane. This perpetuates the idea that even if a woman has reached the peak of her career and is financially independent and highly educated she is still susceptible to the tricks played by men.
Sfiya Episode 1, Her friends are afraid that she might have killed him and she says that he deserves it for peeking at them.
Hajj Bahi pours tea for Rachid and claims that it has been made by Karima. Women in Moroccan Media First and foremost, it is of e;isode importance to shed some light on the the audiovisual situation in Morocco. The theoretical part will tackle the position of women in the Moroccan media according to official reports and statements by experts in the field as well as government figures.
Another interesting idea that can be elicited from this scene is the fact that Youssef associate the quality of being a woman to following traditions and obeying the father, as soon as Karima transgresses this norm he symbolically strips her from her womanhood and states that he is unsure whether she is a man or a woman because of her behavior.
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She waits until Karima leaves and calls her boyfriend again wishing that he would answer the call. Hajj Bahi leaves the house because he has something to do and leaves Rachid sitting in the guestroom.
Anis, then tries his last trick as he asks Dr. Imad and Chama Episode 1, Mounia calms him and says that sooner or later Karima will marry and have a house and kids like all other women.
Shortly after that, Karima comes and feigns illness, she asks Rachid to help her sit. Karima comes running and grabs a rock; she hits him in the head knocking him unconscious.
Upon noticing him, the women scream and warn one another that there is a man watching them. She closes the pot and confronts her, asking mnqna what she is doing there. Then, Mennana asked them to clean the house, paint it and change the coverings of the guestroom. Karima also argues that if the women of the village showed solidarity with each other then no one can touch them.