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The Silences of the Palace is a tunisien film of genre Drama directed by Moufida Tlatli released in USA on 30 september 1994 with Hend Sabri

The Silences of the Palace (1994)

Samt el qusur

The Silences of the Palace
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Released in USA 30 september 1994
Length 2h4
Directed by
OriginTunisie
Genres Drama
Rating72% 3.6371853.6371853.6371853.6371853.637185

The Silences of the Palace (Tunisian Arabic: صمت القصور, Samt el qusur‎) is a 1994 Tunisian film written and directed by Moufida Tlatli.

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The film is about a 25-year-old woman, Alia, who returns to her place of birth—a prince's palace in which her mother worked as kitchen hand and mistress. As she wanders through the largely abandoned palace she is confronted by childhood memories.

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