Short Film: Ikhwène (Brotherhood) by Meryam Joobeur • Discoverology

Short Film: Ikhwène (Brotherhood) by Meryam Joobeur

One of the most acclaimed shorts of the year, and a frontrunner for Oscar. Mohamed is a shepherd in rural Tunisia with his wife and two young sons. Their world is shaken when their oldest son returns after a long journey with a mysterious woman he says is his wife.

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