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SOME WOMEN OF MARRAKECH (DISAPPEARING WORLD)

UK, 1977 (MIFF 1977)

Director: Melissa L. Davies

An all-women film team explores the lives of women in the ancient Moroccan city of Marrakech. They present the story ot two women: Aisha, the wife of a very poor worker, who lives entirely for her family, and Hajiba, a divorcee, who earns her living as a dancer—a social outcast.

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