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Pour vivre hereux

Title: For A Happy Life

Director: Salima Sarah Glamine, Dimitri Linder

Screenplay: Salima Sarah Glamine, Dimitri Linder

Photography: Joachim Philippe

Editor: Mathieu Toulemonde

Music: Antoine Honorez (Napoleon Gold)

Cast: Sofia Lesaffre, Zeerak Christopher, Atiya Rashid, Arsha Iqbal, Pascal Elbé, Javed Khan, Naheed
Mirza, Deepak Gianchandani, Lubna Farooq, Waqas Ishaq, Samira Syed, Aurélie Meriel, Salomé
Dewaels, Étienne Halsdorf

Production: Tarantula Belgique

Distribution: MPM Premium

Year: 2018

Country: Belgium

Length: 88’

Synopsis: Amel and Mashir, two young people from Brussels, love each other in secret. Neither
their parents nor their friends are suspicious of their relationship and even less of their plan to
spend the summer together in London.When Mashir’s family decides to marry him to his cousin
Noor, who is also Amel’s friend, it is their whole world which collapses. How can they save their
love without hurting everyone around them?


Biography: After having successfully explored acting, especially under the direction of Thierry Salmon, Dimitri Linder became a stage manager for Benoît Mariage, Costa Gavras and Catherine Corsini. Very quickly, he collaborated with directors such as Bouli Lanners, Merzak Allouache and Julia Ducournau as an assistant director. In 2012, he directed After 3 minutes, his first short film. It is at the Florent courses and at the ESCA that Salima Sarah Glamine is formed. She then played in the theater under the direction of Stéphane Olivié Bisson and Véronique Widock for example and in feature films and television series such as PJ, Tata Bakhta by Merzak Allouache or Le Chien de Guerre by Fabrice Cazeneuve. In 2012, she co-wrote After 3 Minutes with Dimitri Linder. She collaborated to Julia Ducournau’s Grave as a casting director and Nicolas Boucart’s Icare as an actors coach. It is with this experience of the movie set and the acting technique that the two filmmakers approached a shooting built around an intense work with the actors to get as close as possible to the emotions to transmit.