My Revolution

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With the Arab Spring blossoming in the heart of Paris, people go out on the streets to show their support. After a 14-year old Marwann stumbles into a street rally one night, his picture lands on the cover of the biggest newspaper in France and accidentally becomes not only the face of the Arab Spring, but also the cool kid at school. To win over his crush Sygritte, Marwann embraces his newfound identity, only to find himself on a journey of self-discovery, first love, and maybe even an actual connection with his roots.

Festivals: 

Berlin International Film Festival - nominated for the Bes Feature Film Award.

Ramzi Ben Sliman

Before directing My Revolution Ramzi Ben Sliman made his living by teaching mathematics at the university level. He has adapted and directed Alberts Camus’ The Outsider at Studio Theater 14 in Paris and has also directed two short films. His passion for the cinema started with his father, a traveling projectionist, and the screening room at his school. My Revolution is his first feature film.