About the Film
Imed, a young father, finding himself alone for a few days with his five year old son due to his wife’s business trip, will have to confront his deepest fear.
Self-taught and versatile Anissa Daoud was known initially as a multi-award-winning actress, then as a producer and more recently a director. She co-founded the A.P.A.: ARTISTES PRODUCTEURS ASSOCIÉS a production tool that resembles her. She navigates between theater and cinema, carrying art house films and projects with strong political content. As a film director, she made the feature documentarie Our Women in Politics and Society, and co-wrote and co-directe the short film Best Day Ever along with Aboozar Amini, which opened the Directors' Fortnight at the 71st Cannes Film Festival. While pursuing her career as an actress and producer, she is currently developing the script of her first feature fiction film LES IMMORTEL(LE)S.