Through her father's daily life in Mansourah, Algeria, filmmaker Dorothée-Myriam Kellou unearths the wound of a painful collective exile perpetrated by France during the Algerian war.
AWARDS: Best Historic Film. Regards De Femmes/ Human Rights Award. FIDADOC
OFFICIAL SELECTIONS: Visions Du Réel/ FIDADOC/ Beyond The Borders/ Bejaia IFF/ IDFA/ Regards De Femmes
In Mansourah, You Separated Us. Wounds of the Algerian war
During the Algerian War, 2,350,000 million people were displaced by the French Army in the fight against the FLN. Forced to leave their homes, they were grouped in camps.
Back in Mansourah, his native village, Malek collects with Dorothée-Myriam, his daughter, a historical memory to this day hidden, that most young people ignore, and yet has been unprecedented in upsetting-It has caused this rural Algeria