Let Them Come  [2015]
Maintenant Ils Peuvent Venir
DirectorSalem Brahimi
CastRachida Brakni, Amazigh Kateb
In Algeria in the late 1980s, a man who has been compelled to take a wife by his mother’s dying wish has his domestic dilemma placed in stark relief when armed Islamic militants begin staging acts of terror against the civilian population.
Algeria, at the end of the 1980s: against the background of mounting violence from a radical Islamist opposition repressed by the army, compelled by his mother, Noureddine marries Yasmina. As the conflict becomes more pronounced, he and his family have to defend themselves from the onslaught of pervasive barbarity. A chilling foray into a very contemporary drama, and remarkable adaptation from the novel with the same title by Arezki Mellal.
[Janice Stein, founding Director of the Munk School of Global Affairs and member of the Order of Canada, is an internationally renowned expert on conflict management. She will speak about Let Them Come (Maintenant ils peuvent venir) in a Q&A session following the second public screening of the film.]
Presented by Janice Stein
2015 Screening Schedule

“LET THEM COME” (2015 feature film directed by Salem Brahimi)
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Runtime1:35 (95min)
LanguageArabic, French
CountryAlgeria, France
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