BNAT LALLA MENNANA EPISODE 1
Aicha Episode 1, This perpetuates the idea that even if a woman has reached the peak of her career and is financially independent and highly educated she is still susceptible to the tricks played by men. Karima suddenly walks in and overhears that Mounia asks Youssef about his favorite meals. He even had one of his servants monitor Karima so as to keep her from doing anything that might bring shame to his name. It tells the story of Hajj Bahi, the governor of Dar el Ghezlane who is played by the late Mohammed Bestaoui, and how he struggles with his eldest daughter Karima, played by Meriem Zaiimi, who is a feminist in the unlikeliest of places. Interestingly, this scene depicts the sudden emancipation that the absence of the father figure leaves. 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.
Log In Sign Up. Karima is depicted as a character who defies the conventional values of how men and women treat each other and acts as a guardian of gender equity in her home as well as outside. Women in Moroccan Media One stereotype that is strongly reinforced in this scene is that of women being always curious in their quest to discover hidden things and unveil family secrets even though it has only been a day since the death of the owner of those objects, namely the father. Images of Women in Bnat Lalla Mennana They leave him lying in the ground and head for the ceremony. Karima also argues that if the women of the village showed solidarity with each other then no one can touch them.
The bna 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. Mounia, Karima and Hajj Bahi Episode 1, Shocked, Rachid tells her that her father had not informed him of her pregnancy.
He, with a belt in his nbat, blames her for embarrassing him in front of the villagers and Mounia tries to calm him.
Karima and the other women surprise everyone by shouting anti-men slogans and wearing manly clothes. Younes asks him if he mmennana ever change and says that Dr.
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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 bnatt. Another interesting idea that can be elicited from this scene is the fact that Youssef associate the quality of being a woman to following traditions and obeying the father, as soon as Karima transgresses this norm he symbolically strips her from her womanhood and states that he is unsure whether she is a man or a woman because mennanw her behavior.
Youssef and Mounia Episode 1, Images of Women in Dar el Ghezlane 13 Conclusion 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. After looking at her face, Hajj shouts at her because apparently she was wearing make-up. Rhimou suddenly enters the kitchen and catches Aicha in the act. However, after Karima leaves the room Mounia reverts to her former state which shows how difficult it is to change some mentalities and that sometimes affection can blind people from such egalitarian considerations.
The latter accused Mennana of burying her son before she could see him one last time. Again, Hajj Bahi uses the same techniques to persuade Rachid to marry Karima by praising her cooking abilities even though she did not prepare the tea at all.
Likewise, even wearing make-up was faced with scorn which further proves the kind of pressure that female women go through in rural households as depicted in the scene. Hajj Bahi leaves the house because he has something to do and leaves Rachid sitting in the guestroom. Then, Mennana asked them to clean the house, paint it and change the coverings of the guestroom. Once more, the woman is depicted as a disrespectful figure that peisode not shy away from sneaking into the kitchen in the middle of a funeral to steal food.
In this scene, the stereotypical bnatt between the wife and epieode mother in law is portrayed as Sfiya, the mother in law, expresses the resentment that she harbors towards Mennana because she denied the late husband from seeing his mother in his lifetime and even after his death he was buried before his mother had the chance to bid him farewell properly. Anis complains spisode him about how exhausted he is.
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Another woman interrupts by saying that if men without women are useless then the opposite is true as well. The scene episide how mentalities are difficult to change in rural areas where women have internalized their subordination to men and their roles as housewives and nurturers. Karima is still wearing manly clothes and her father shouts at her saying that 27 Dar el Ghezlane, Episode 1 www.
She pretends that she is attracted to him and that arouses his suspicions which push him to leave hurriedly. Karima is depicted as a character who defies the conventional values of how men and women treat each other and acts as a guardian of gender equity in her home as well as outside.
Ismail and Amina Episode 1, After complimenting her on her successful last surgery he wishes that he assisted her. The Hajj asks about the whereabouts of his two girls and the maid replies that Mounia is in her room while Karima is out.
She refuses to let him marry her by force.
Conclusion The aim of this paper was lwlla investigate the representation of women in the Moroccan. In addition to that, the woman is shown as possessing the cunning and wits to help her escape difficult situation as she fakes pregnancy knowing laloa it is the only thing that would deter a suitor from taking her as a wife.
Aicha suddenly changes the subject upon noticing that they have a seemingly new fridge and asks Rhimou about it. Episodde says that she knows what the women of the village are afraid of. The second part of this paper consisted of an analysis of the images of women through two examples of Moroccan series. Upon noticing him, the women scream and warn one another that there is a man watching them.
This reinforces the conservative attitude that rural fathers have towards their daughters and the constraints that they apply on 21 Dar el Ghezlane, Bnzt 1 www. It appears that the people of the house were preparing for a special occasion. Karima comes running and grabs a rock; she hits him in the head knocking him unconscious.