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Язык: Курдский

 

Welcome (2009 film) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Welcome Welcome-philippe-lioret.jpg Theatrical release poster Directed by Philippe Lioret Produced by Christophe Rossignon Written by Philippe Lioret Emmanuel Courcol Olivier Adam Starring Vincent Lindon Firat Ayverdi Audrey Dana Olivier Rabourdin Derya Ayverdi Music by Nicola Piovani Wojciech Kilar Armand Amar Cinematography Laurent Dailland Edited by Andréa Sedlackova Release date(s) March 11, 2009 Country France Language French English Kurdish Turkish Budget € 690,000 Box office € 10,604,570 Welcome is a 2009 French film directed by Philippe Lioret. It stars Vincent Lindon and features Firat Ayverdi and Derya Ayverdi in their inaugural roles. The film was released on 11 March 2009 in France. The director wanted to highlight the plight of illegal immigrants living in Calais, France, and their plans to reach the United Kingdom meeting activists and associations trying to help the refugees.[1] Contents [hide] 1 Plot 2 Cast 3 Reactions 4 Awards 5 References 6 External links Plot[edit] The film tells the story of Simon Calmat (Vincent Lindon), a French swimming coach who is divorcing his wife Marion (Audrey Dana). Simon tries to help a young Iraqi-Kurdish illegal Immigrant, Bilal Kayani (Firat Ayverdi), whose dream is to cross the English Channel from Calais in France to the United Kingdom by any means possible to be reunited with his girlfriend Mina (Derya Ayverdi). Meanwhile, Mina's father strongly opposes Bilal's plans as he wants to marry his daughter to her cousin who owns a restaurant. After being caught with other illegal Immigrants and returned to France, Simon gives him temporary refuge at his home after the young Bilal, nicknamed "Bazda" (runner, for his athletic abilities and love of football and Manchester United in particular) registers for swimming lessons, intending to train to be able to swim across the Channel. After police search Simon's apartment, Bilal goes on a final attempt and drowns 800 meters from the English coast while hiding from the coastguard. Simon then travels to inform Mina. Cast[edit] Vincent Lindon as Simon Calmat Firat Ayverdi as Bilal Kayani, "Bazda", 17 year old Iraqi-Kurd immigrant Audrey Dana as Marion, Simon's wife Olivier Rabourdin as Police lieutenant Derya Ayverdi as Mîna, girlfriend of Bilal Yannick Renier as Simon's colleague at the swimming pool Mouafaq Rushdie as Mîna's father Behi Djanati Atai as Mîna's mother Patrick Ligardes as Hostile neighbor Thierry Godard as Bruno, immigration activist and friend of Marion at the volunteers Firat Celik as Koban, a furious Turkish immigrant pursuing Bilal for a debt Jean-Paul Brissart as Immigration judge Éric Hérson-Macarel as Police officer at the detention center Emmanuel Courcol as Manager at the supermarket Jean-François Fagour as Security personnel at the supermarket Jean-Christophe Voiron as Czech truck driver Reactions[edit] The film became hugely popular with audiences in France alone reaching 780,000 in just 3 weeks on screen. The debate about illegal immigration intensified after French Immigration Minister Éric Besson and film director Philippe Lioret debated the issue during the popular French television discussion show "Ce soir ou jamais". Lioret took the opportunity to ask for an amendment to French law depenalising those who help refugees. "If such a thing passes on [amending] this article, it will be a victory", he declared. The French member of parliament Daniel Goldberg introduced a proposition to decriminalize aiding illegals.[2] The proposition was hotly debated.[3] The amendment was discussed but did not become law. Goldberg said he intended to introduce further measures to amend the law. Another proposition was tabled by a group of Communist senators, but never discussed. Awards[edit] On 25 November 2009, the film won the Lux Prize from the European Parliament.[4] Other awards: 2009: Won "Label Europa Cinemas" and "Prize of the Ecumenical Jury" at the Berlin International Film Festival 2009: Won "Best Screenplay" and "Special Prize of the Young Jury" at the Gijon International Film Festival 2009: Won Grand Prize for Dramatic Feature at the Heartland Film Festival 2009: Won the Audience Award at the Warsaw International Film Festival References[edit] Jump up ^ Allociné report: "Welcome: Secrets de tournage" Jump up ^ Proposition de loi visant à dépénaliser le délit de solidarité Jump up ^ Des députés PS défendent leur proposition de loi "Welcome" Jump up ^ Ecran Large: "Welcome" récompensé au Parlement européen External links[edit]
 
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