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مسلسلات رمضان : تونس 2050

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بعد ما تشطر سيدي رمضان ظهرلي وقيت باش نحكيو شوي على حاجة من أساسيات الشهر اللي هيا المسلسلات.
يا سيدي صحة شريبتكم و مرحبا بيكم في أول تجربة في الrubrique الجديدة متاعنا #مسلسلات_رمضان بعد ماوفات برشا مسلسلات و برشا مازالو مطولين منجمو نقولو اللي رمضان 2020 كان متنوع و زاخر بالأعمال التونسية فيها اللي نجح و عمل ضجة و بقات الناس تحكي عليه و فيها اللي كانت عندو هفوات ونفس الشي تحكا عليه ماهو المتفرج التونسي ناقد محترف بالطبيعة.

في أول تجربة نحب نحكي على حاجة خفيفة و نظيفة و يمكن أكثر حاجة ضحكتني في رمضان السنة اللي هي تونس 2050.
تعتبر série هاذي الأولى من نوعها بحكم كونها أول dessin animé 3D تتعمل في تونس و للي ميعرفش السنة هو الجزء الخامس من الsérie رجع بعد انقطاع دام اكثر من 5 سنين.
الحكاية و ما فيها، السيناريست عاملين تخيل لشكل الحياة في تونس عام 2050 و التطور الحاصل في عيشة التونسي بعد القفزة التكنولوجية. الحكاية مقبولة والشخصيات خفاف على القلب و يضحكو déjà اكتشفنا القدرة متاع برشا ممثلين انهم يلعبو باصواتهم و يتقمسوا أكثر من شخصية في فرد scène كيما جعفر القاسمي، وسيم الحريصي، و اللي ابهرنا عزيز الجبالي في تجربة جديدة و غيرهم من الممثليين.

نحب نحكي زادا على الqualité متاع الخدمة و اللي تفرج قبل يشوف الفرق في التصويرة و les détails متاع الشخصيات تي حتى من les rides في شخصية الحماة موجوديين. و زادا Les scènes قصار و ضامريين موش طوال و يفددوا.
يمكن الحاجة الوحيدة اللي فسدت الخدمة الكل انك تحس مافماش ترابط بين الأحداث كل حلقة و قسمها و كل حلقة وعلاش تحكي و باش منكذبوش فما حلقات شخت فيهم و عاودتهم أكثر من مرة و فما واحدين لين وفوا و انا نستنا في الفازة وينها.
عمل يستحق التقدير جدا و أكثر حاجة تضحك في التلفزة نتصور في النص الأول من الشهر الفضيل. اللي يحب يتفرج فيه توا يتعاود على الحوار التونسي بعد شقان الفطر و ننصحكم اعملوا طلّة باش تكتشفوا الشخصية العظيمة « كبّار » مولى kabarTV و صاحب الجملة الشهيرة « ذكي نا ».

استنونا في الحلقات الجاية و خليولنا رايكم في les commentaires.

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Review | Words On Bathroom Walls : What if our fears had a name?

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“Words on Bathroom Walls” was initially released on August 11th in selected theaters in the US and some other countries, excluding Tunisia from the list. Raising only $2.5 million against a budget of $9.3 million, the movie went directly to premium renting since several theaters were either already closed due to Covid-19 restrictions or have reduced capacity.

Another teen drama and romance; The fault in our stars, Five feet apart, All the bright places… We all cried in these movies and loved the surreal soundtrack that touched our hearts, then why would this be any different or worth the watch?

“Words on Bathroom Walls” stars Charlie Plummer, who plays Adam, our main character who has schizophrenia. That should be convincing enough to discover the mind of a person struggling with a mental disorder.

Other than the breathtaking cinematography, this movie is one of the few that dealt with schizophrenia, especially with convincing acting and a story full of tension. This movie is categorized as a romance movie, and that might be a reason for some people to watch it but also for others to hate it. However, the romance element in this story was almost nonexistent, as its only purpose is to lighten the story and give it enough soul to continue on its own.

The story begins with the main character Adam breaking the fourth wall by talking to his therapist in a way that makes him seem like he’s talking directly to the audience. The sessions are often shown with Adam in different shapes that reflect his real emotions in the course of the movie. At the very beginning of the film, we can see how he started discovering that he was mentally different by hearing and seeing these fictional characters, which seem to represent different sides of him: hope, love, desire, anger, and hate.

In each act of the movie, we can see one of these fictional characters taking the spotlight and dominating the scene to represent a different emotion that Adam’s heart wants to express. In some parts of the movie, it was really difficult and uncomfortable to continue watching, particularly when Adam is fighting with his inner demon, and us being paralyzed and unable to help, it almost equals seeing someone getting tortured.

The story is not about being ill but recognizing that you are a person with an illness trying to find your way through the dark. It’s also a shout-out to those with this voice inside their head, which maybe we all have. No matter how loud or quiet that voice is, we need to find our joy in life and love that will help us avoid shattering to pieces. Furthermore, it’s about letting “someone accept all of us” and “to let someone find you in all the dark and twisty places inside”, an encouragement, to make peace with ourselves and be open for others to love us with all our flaws and imperfections.

A well-developed, moving, and dark story, melodramatic and realistic dialogue, sometimes uncomfortable, and a score by the Chainsmokers that adds to the burning flames of sorrow. With that being said, “Words on Bathroom Walls” makes one of the finest releases of 2020, if not the best.

You can also check the book with the same title which this film is adapted from by Julia Walton.

I fell in love with Adam’s flaws and I can’t wait for you to fall in love with them too.

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