Synopsis: In the mid-1990s, in a small town north of Morocco, Fouad is the only employee of the local post office. When he is stricken from neurological disease, Fouad’s life changes, a new life begins for him, his wife, and their children. Their home is now filled with love, sorrow, and memories. While he is slowly dying, Fouad’s family rediscover themselves. As time goes by, the wounds begin to surface – but the desire to live prevails.
Al Hadi Ulad Mohand is a Moroccan filmmaker. He studied Directing at the Ateliers Varan in Paris and graduated from the International Film & Television School in Paris. After graduation, he took part in several Moroccan and foreign productions as an assistant director including several short films. His short film Le Café des Pêcheurs (2007) was selected for numerous festivals, among them the Locarno Festival. Life Suits Me Well is his first feature film.
Director: Al Hadi Ulad-Mohand
Duration: 89 minutes
Country: Morocco, France
Language: Arabic (Morocco)
Screenplay: Al Hadi Ulad-Mohand
Cast: Samir Guesmi, Lubna Azabal, Sayyid El Alami
Cinematography: David Quesemand
Editing: Patricia Rommel, Magdalena
Production: Karim Debbagh
Début Status: Jordanian Première