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  • Inch'Allah dimanche est un film franco-algérien de Yamina Benguigui, sorti en 2001. Il est tourné en Algérie et en France.Le film a donné lieu à une novélisation.
  • Inch'Allah Dimanche (Arabic: إن شاء الله الأحد‎, English: Sunday God Willing) is a 2001 French/Algerian movie by Yamina Benguigui about the life of an Algerian immigrant woman in France. The film won a variety of international awards, including the 2001 International Critics' Award at the Toronto International Film Festival. Although Benguigui was urged to change the name of the film after the September 11 attacks, she chose to keep the original title, a portion of which is in Algerian Arabic.
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  • Inch'Allah dimanche est un film franco-algérien de Yamina Benguigui, sorti en 2001. Il est tourné en Algérie et en France.Le film a donné lieu à une novélisation.↑ Yamina Benguigui, Inch'Allah dimanche, Paris, Albin Michel,‎ 2001, 156 p. (ISBN 2-226-13048-9).
  • Inch'Allah Dimanche (Arabic: إن شاء الله الأحد‎, English: Sunday God Willing) is a 2001 French/Algerian movie by Yamina Benguigui about the life of an Algerian immigrant woman in France. The film won a variety of international awards, including the 2001 International Critics' Award at the Toronto International Film Festival. Although Benguigui was urged to change the name of the film after the September 11 attacks, she chose to keep the original title, a portion of which is in Algerian Arabic.
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