Lotfi is at a crossroads. A Tunisian immigrant now living in Marseille, he’s managed to build himself a pretty good life: he has set up his own business and has a baby on the way with the woman he loves. All is going according to plan — until he receives a call from his brother telling him he’s needed back home in Tunisia. And just like that, Lotfi is torn between continuing the new life he’s built for himself and the past he thought he could leave behind (which includes a failed marriage and a young, estranged autistic son that he must now care for). A complex film about responsibility and coming home, Néjib Belkadhi’s Look at Me is also a compelling examination of duty and fatherhood.
|Original Language Title:||Regarde-moi|
|Running Time:||96 minutes|
|Language:||in Arabic with English subtitles (deaf-friendly)|
|Principal Cast:||Nidhal Saadi, Idryss Kharroubi, Sawssen Maalej|
|Music:||Selim Ben Salah|
|Primary Company:||MPM Premium|