An interesting conversation can go a long way with Arab ladies, especially when the topic involves film and entertainment.
Many Moroccans hold the opinion that cinema is a key setting for freedom of expression and a necessary medium for the discussion of non-conventional concepts that reach a vast audience.
Over the past 10 years, Moroccan cinema has become increasingly modernized and successful in delivering exceptional content especially in the context of Arab and African cinema.
Keep these few thoughts in mind when chatting with the lovely ladies of ArabianDate.
Moroccan women love to smile and laugh
The women in Morocco are especially fond of comedy movies and some of the most highly rated films in recent years include Brahim Chkiri’s road-movie comedy, Road to Kabul replete with special effects, and Said Naciri’s hilarious A Moroccan in Paris. Be sure to become particularly familiar with these titles, and let her know what you think.
Neo-Realism is the bold new style
“Neo-Realism” is a genre that has become quite popular among filmmakers and moviegoers in recent years. Neo-realist films typically possess three critical attributes—compelling social subjects, a shooting location in genuine décor and a frequent use of non-professional actors.
Some true to life favorites among the ladies of ArabianDate include Horses of God, directed by Nabil Ayouch and Zero by Nour Eddine Lakhmari. Arab women are highly intrigued by and ready to discuss the thrilling plots of these top picks.
Don’t forget the romance
You want to keep her talking, right? Laïla Marrakchi’s Marock is another popular film involving the romance that blossoms within a cross-cultural relationship in Casablanca. The mere mention of this story in conversation is sure to garner a heartfelt discussion regarding the devotion, love, and happiness regularly shown by women in the Arab world.