THE DAMNED DON'T CRY AT VENICE FILM FESTIVAL

09.09.2022

Fyzal Boulifa's new film THE DAMNED DON'T CRY has premiered at The Venice International Film Festival.

The film explores a mother-son relationship, as the pair move from place to place, struggling to keep their heads above water.

“I think that the idea of growing up on the margins of a society where the only real social safety net is the family has always been part of where I come from and something that interested me,” Fyzal told The National News.

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