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Films: - Patriarchy


Year of release: 2000

Directed by: Philippe Faucon

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'Outside if France, in here is Algeria'. (courtesy of Pyramide Distribution)

Based on Soraya Nini’s semi-autobiographical novel Ils disent que je suis une beurette (1993) and directed by Philippe Faucon (apied noir director), the film narrates the identity struggles of 15-year-old Samia, who grows up in the banlieue of Marseille, intensely oppressed by her eldest brother Yacine, who has been designated by his father to act as the head of the family while he is in hospital.

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Filed under: Coming of age | Maghrebi French | Patriarchy

Shirin’s Wedding / Shirins Hochzeit

Year of release: 1975

Directed by: Helma Sanders-Brahms

Set in 1971, the film centres on Shirin, a young woman from a poor family in rural Anatolia, who elopes from a marriage with a local administrator arranged by her paternal uncles while her father is in prison. Despite its pertinent title, the film does not actually feature a wedding ceremony. 

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Filed under: Patriarchy | Turkish German | Wedding / Marriage

The Squale / La Squale

Year of release: 2000

Directed by: Fabrice Génestal

At the film's centre are Désiree, an androgynous black woman, and Yasmine, a more conventionally feminine beurette. They vie for the affection of the black gang leader Toussaint, who combines all possible stereotypes of male violence and delinquency, including gang raping young ethnic minority women who inhabit the banlieue, where La Squale is set. 

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Filed under: Daughters | Maghrebi French | Mothers | Patriarchy

The Wedding Banquet/ Xi Yan

Year of release: 1993

Directed by: Ang Lee

Wai-Tung, a Taiwanese American,  lives with his American partner Simon in a long-term gay relationship in Manhattan.  Wai-Tung's Taiwan-based parents are unaware of their son’s sexual orientation and want him to get married to a Chinese woman and produce an heir so as to continue the family line.

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Filed under: Inter-ethnic romance | Patriarchy | Queer diaspora | Secrets | Wedding / Marriage

West Is West

Year of release: 2011

Directed by: Andy de Emmony

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Courtesy of Assassin Films

Manchester, North of England, 1975. The now much diminished, but still claustrophobic and dysfunctional Khan family continues to struggle for survival. Sajid, the youngest Khan, the runt of the litter, is deep in pubescent crisis under heavy assault both from his father's tyrannical insistence on Pakistani tradition and from the fierce bullies in the schoolyard.

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Filed under: Asian British | Coming of age | Fathers | Journey | Mothers | Patriarchy | Sons | Wedding / Marriage

When We Leave / Die Fremde

Year of release: 2010

Directed by: Feo Aladag

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Courtesy of Independent Artists Filmproduktion

"Stop dreaming!" says the mother to her twenty-five-year-old daughter Umay when she and her young son Cem appear at the door of her parents’ Berlin apartment. Umay has run away from an unhappy marriage in Istanbul and has returned to Berlin because she wants to lead her own life again. She knows that she’s expecting a lot from her parents and siblings but she hopes that their loving relationship will mean more to them than the pressure of social conventions.

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Filed under: Fathers | Inter-ethnic romance | Mothers | Patriarchy | Turkish German


Year of release: 1988

Directed by: Hark Bohm

Yasemin tells the story of a seventeen-year-old Turkish greengrocer's daughter in Hamburg-Altona, whose father Yusuf turns form a loving and reasonably liberal father into a despotic family patriarch when the family honour is violated because his older daughter, Emine, is ostensibly not a virgin when she gets married. 

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Filed under: Coming of age | Daughters | Inter-ethnic romance | Patriarchy | Turkish German | Wedding / Marriage

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