BNAT LALA MNANA 2012 EPISODE 14
Mounia quickly gets angry with him for talking about her sister that way. Click here to sign up. After confirming her identity, he tells Younes that her hair does not look natural and that she is probably wearing contact lenses. Hanae smilingly grabs the note and watches Anis leaving with admiring looks on her face. After a while, a woman enters the house wearing a black jellaba and starts sobbing and moaning about how they did not wait for her to see the dead man and bid him farewell before his burial. The second series is Dar El Ghezlane who at the beginning seems like another stereotypical television show but in fact it provides the reader with a different outlook on the situation of the Moroccan women through portraying the pressure that a free thinking Moroccan women who has feminist principles lives under and how she copes with the situation in a rural area where the views on women are traditionally conservative. One of the women responds by saying that she should be neutral, if women are doing work at home then men are doing work outside to provide for the family.
Hanae smilingly grabs the note and watches Anis leaving with admiring looks on her face. This is exemplified when Sfiya sobs with her granddaughters and blames their mother in front of them for putting their father through a lot of misery. Karima is still wearing manly clothes and her father shouts at her saying that 27 Dar el Ghezlane, Episode 1 www. After having no success, she attempted negotiating Rhimou into buying some of her cheap contraband clothes and left when the latter shouted at her saying that it her father had just died and that it was not the time for business. Mounia calms him and says that sooner or later Karima will marry and have a house and kids like all other women. He asks the maid where Karima is, when the latter tells him that she is in her room he asks her to call her in order to say Hi to Rachid.
The second part of this paper consisted of an analysis of the images of women through two examples of Moroccan series. Hanae smiles reluctantly and the camera moves to a toothless elderly man who was lying on the bed and overheard their conversation which made him laugh pleasantly.
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Retrieved 17 August It was chosen in order to shed light on how the conservative episore regards women and it serves as a unique example of a series that features a feminist figure who originates from a rural area which is worth considering and putting under the microscope. After that they all leave the villa. This series was selected to highlight the situation that women live under after the death of the father and how their mother becomes an alternative source of authority and oppression.
Karima and the other women surprise everyone by shouting anti-men slogans and wearing manly clothes.
The implication in this scene is that being a female will always attract the sexual interest of co-workers and that no matter how good she is at her job —even after successfully performing a heart surgery- she is still looked at as a body and judged as such. Accordingly, the first part of it will provide a 144 background that will pave the way to the analysis chapter. At the first glance this might seem like an ordinary scene. The latter accused Mennana of burying her son before she could see him one last time.
Anis quickly turns his back on them and apologizes claiming that he did not see anything. His album, with 16 tracks within three minutes each is candidly simple and similar but good.
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After confirming her identity, he tells Younes that her hair does not look natural and that she is probably wearing contact lenses.
Mounia, Karima and Hajj Bahi Episode 1, Amina ironically remarks that Karima is neither like rural girls nor Spanish ones. The scene shows how mentalities are difficult to change in rural areas where women have internalized their subordination to men and their roles as housewives and nurturers.
The first example that will be analyzed is Lalla Mennana which is a Moroccan series that was broadcasted in on 2M.
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Contrary to the first scenes, this one does perpetuate stereotypes; on the contrary, it challenges them. Aubrey wants to see him more and is somewhat hurt he had to miss out on so many precious moments. Featured in this scene is a serious perpetuation of the stereotype about women having the tendency to argue about trivial matters in the wrong time and place, in this case the funeral of their father.
Aicha pretends that one of the guests complained of hunger and thirst and that she was just came to dpisode kitchen to fetch a glass of water. An episode is a coherent narrative oala within a larger dramatic work. Hajj Bahi tries to fix things by saying that she is indeed one of a kind. Despite harboring deep affection for her late father, his absence now means that the authority of the father is gone and an example of that is the coming of her secret lover, Imad, which 114 not have been possible if her father was still alive.
Public setting in the parliament. Amina, an educated woman who migrated with her husband from the city to the village, is depicted as a woman who criticizes everything and engages in trivial discussions while her husband was portrayed as a man of manners who did condone her actions. It is frequently used to describe units of television or radio series. This reinforces the conservative attitude that rural fathers have towards their daughters and the constraints that they apply on 21 Dar el Ghezlane, Episode 1 www.
After complimenting her on her successful last surgery he wishes that he assisted her. She wonders aloud and asks Rhimou whether it was a contraband or under warranty.
Episode is abbreviated as ep plural eps. The following morning, the maid confesses to another maid that she is saddened by the death of their employer and the he was a kind and generous man, she even wished that Mennana, her mistress, died instead of him because of her rough treatment towards them. The Representation of Women in Moroccan Television. After a few moments, they arrive at the well where the women gather to fetch water. Karima makes it clear that neither him, the belt nor the villagers can keep her quiet.
Not only is her competency as a doctor is overlooked, she is harassed at the work place by a colleague of her and the interesting thing is that she is shown as being impressed by that and even enjoying it.
She also explained how her son suffered with Mennana and lived a bitter life. Moments later, their sister Rhimou asked them to put an end to it and not to embarrass them in front of the neighbors. Karima also argues that if the women of the village showed solidarity with each other then no one can touch them.
One of the women, Amina who is played by Noura Skalli, complains to her husband about the unpleasant smell there and sarcastically wonders if there was no water or soap around for people to smell that bad.
Aicha in the Kitchen Episode 1, The second series is Dar El Ghezlane who at the beginning seems like another stereotypical television show but in fact it provides the reader with a different outlook on the situation of the Moroccan women through portraying the pressure that a free thinking Moroccan women who has feminist principles lives under and how she copes with the situation in a rural area where the views on women are traditionally conservative.
Karima argues that she does not want to eradicate men; she simply wants to make them understand that without women they would be 25 Dar el Ghezlane, Episode 1 www. She waits until Karima leaves and epiosde her boyfriend again wishing that he would answer the call.
Anis complains to him about how exhausted he is. The first series is Bnat Lalla Mennana which was elected as a practical example of the traditional way in which women are depicted. Hanae smilingly grabs the note and watches Episofe leaving with admiring looks on her face. Mounia blames her sister of being mean and the latter warns her of men and claims that all they want to do is put women under their shoes.
Karima and Rachid Episode 1, The first part of this paper provided an overview of the audiovisual situation of Morocco through proposing some statistics about the viewership of the Moroccan channels to stress the bnt impact that television has on the Moroccan population and that it reaches an important percentage of homes.
The Hajj, an important man in his village, is portrayed as the typical rural man.
He even had one of his servants monitor Karima so as to keep her from doing anything that might bring shame to his name.