May 07,  · Directed by Abdellah Taia. With Said Mrini, Karim Ait M'Hand, Amine Ennaji, Frédéric Landenberg. In a working class neighborhood in Casablanca, Abdellah, a homosexual teen, tries to build his own life within his big family, caught between an authoritarian mother /10(). Abdellah Taïa (born in ) is the author of six novels, including Salvation Army and An Arab Melancholia, both published by Semiotext(e), and Infidels. His novel Le jour du roi, about the death of Morocco's King Hassan II, won the Prix de Flore. He also directed and wrote the screenplay for the film adaptation of Salvation Army. Apr 16,  · In a working class neighborhood in Casablanca, Abdellah, a homosexual teen, tries to build his own life within his big family, caught between an .

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Tags: Ke tui bol mp4 , , Thirsty june 3rd soundcloud er , , Alarm for cobra 11 nitro softonic . Aug 24,  · But every once in a while a novel comes along that shatters our jaded state and renews our faith in the queer coming of age genre. Abdellah Taïa’s Salvation Army is one such book. Salvation Army is Taïa’s third novel, the first to be translated into English from the French, in a fluid translation by Frank Stock. Openly autobiographical. Mar 01,  · "Salvation Army" by Abdellah Taia is not a complicated on the surface. It tells the story of a young gay Moroccan boy who grows up in large family and later comes to Europe in the pursuit of sexual and intellectual freedom. When his friend does not show up at the airport in Geneva to pick him up, he is forced to seek shelter at the Salvation Army/5(57). Oct 03,  · Taïa’s new film, Salvation Army, which follows a young gay man growing up in Morocco, is based on his own difficult upbringing Abdellah Taïa: 'In Arab countries, homosexuality is a crime.