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Rabia Ben Abdallah is a Actor Tunisien

Rabia Ben Abdallah

Rabia Ben Abdallah
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Nationality Tunisie

Rabia Ben Abdallah (ربيعة بن عبدالله) est une actrice tunisienne. Elle est également professeur d'art dramatique.

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Filmography of Rabia Ben Abdallah (3 films)

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Fleur d'oubli, 1h50
Directed by Salma Baccar
Origin Tunisie
Genres Drama
Themes Medical-themed films, Films about drugs, Films about sexuality, LGBT-related films, LGBT-related film
Actors Raouf Ben Amor, Rabia Ben Abdallah, Halima Daoud, Mohamed Ali Ben Jemaa, Leila Chebbi, Oumayma Ben Hafsia
Rating79% 3.959783.959783.959783.959783.95978
À la suite d'un accouchement douloureux, Zakia, jeune femme de la bourgeoisie tunisioise, devient dépendante de la plante de Khochkhach (pavot) que sa mère lui administre pour calmer ses douleurs. Après des années de lente descente dans l'enfer de la dépendance, elle rencontre, dans un asile d'aliénés, Khmaïs auprès de qui elle redécouvre le goût d'aimer et de vivre.
The Season of Men, 2h2
Directed by Moufida Tlatli
Origin Tunisie
Genres Drama
Actors Rabia Ben Abdallah, Ghalia Benali, Hend Sabri, Ezzedine Gannoun, Mouna Noureddine
Roles Aicha
Rating65% 3.2869753.2869753.2869753.2869753.286975
An 18-year-old on the island Djerba, Aicha, is married to Said, who works in Tunis for much of the year. Aicha breaks with tradition and decides to join Said in Tunis, weaving rugs to make money. Said asks that she give him a son, so Aicha lives under the rule of her mother-in-law.
Halfaouine: Boy of the Terraces, 1h35
Directed by Férid Boughedir
Origin Tunisie
Genres Drama, Comedy, Comedy-drama
Themes Films about children
Actors Mustapha Adouani, Rabia Ben Abdallah, Mohamed Driss, Hélène Catzaras, Fatma Ben Saïdane, Abdelhamid Guayas
Roles Jamila
Rating66% 3.347133.347133.347133.347133.34713
In a neighborhood of Tunis, Halfaouine young Noura, finely interpreted by the nephew of the director, is divided between several worlds: that of men in the streets, the women, he can still share the hammam, despite puberty approaching, and his imagination, heavy fears the transition to adult life. Boughedir paints a happy picture of Tunisian life and illustrates the subtle and complex relationships between men and women in Tunisia.