Paradise is Here: The aesthetic world of Imad and Swel Noury

El-Khairy, Omar; Kholeif, Omar
November 2012
Film International (16516826);2012, Vol. 10 Issue 6, p6
Academic Journal
Film/Television Criticism
The article critiques the films of Moroccan brothers and filmmakers Imad Noury and Swel Noury, including "Heaven's Doors" and "The Man Who Sold the World." The brothers' aesthetics, Mis en scène, and relation to Arabic cinema are discussed, as well as the films' plots, editing, and depiction of masculinity.


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