In this documentary, Fattane Salim, unravels some new angles of the Tunisian nation's revolution in her cultural and literary endeavors. She knows that these issues are indubitably part of the collective conscience of her country; and this young author investigates some of the problems afflicting her society both in the past and in present days.
Given the deeply rooted discontent, rampant poverty and injustice, the presence of the ousted regime's agents in the social and political structures of the post revolution administration, the unjust trial of Bin Ali and the unknown fate of his wealth and that of his wife who took refuge in Saudi Arabia and Qatar, would the Tunisian nation manage to make their demands realized and their respect restored? Can they see their economical problems and cultural woes solved?
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