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A cancer-ridden matriarch with a serious addiction, unintentional incest between two lost souls, a teenager with a penchant for hashish and a dark family secret.Tamara, played by Assaf, is in the process of divorcing her husband Nouhad (Elie Youssef).The show's energy levels are low at the start, but have picked up by the notorious dinner scene – in which Wadad attacks and humiliates her daughters, prompting an exasperated Tamara to take charge and confiscate her mother's drugs.It's hard to point to a standout performance in this show. Youssef's Nouhad and Sabeq's Bouchra were key in tempering the otherwise austere script with comic moments. Both are energetic actors who seamlessly pick up the tempo of a scene when it seems to dawdle.
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