She also explained how her son suffered with Mennana and lived a bitter life. Karima also argues that if the women of the village showed solidarity with each other then no one can touch them. Amina, an educated woman who migrated with her husband from the city to the village, is depicted as a woman who criticizes everything and engages in trivial discussions while her husband was portrayed as a man of manners who did condone her actions. Once more, the woman is depicted as a disrespectful figure that does not shy away from sneaking into the kitchen in the middle of a funeral to steal food. Aicha Episode 1, He explains that he left his friends and came so as not to leave her alone in her ordeal and she replies by saying that her father is dead and thus she already is alone. Mennana, Sfiya and Chama Episode 1, Remember me on this computer.
Moving on from to a more recent time, the political scene has witnessed many efforts as far as empowering the image of women in the media is concerned. Hajj Bahi tries to fix things by saying that she is indeed one of a kind. The first example that will be analyzed is Lalla Mennana which is a Moroccan series that was broadcasted in on 2M. Karima is still wearing manly clothes and her father shouts at her saying that 27 Dar el Ghezlane, Episode 1 www. 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. The implication 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. She expressively declares that she is now speaking to the governor of the Dar el Ghezlan municipality and it is his duty to listen to what she has to say. She checked some of the photos in the album and set it aside, the last item that she found in the box was a letter.
Youssef and Mounia Episode 1, Images of Women in Bnat Lalla Mennana Anis complains to him about how exhausted he is. Anis, played by Oussama Bestaoui, is the new village doctor who represents an educated urban man who is forced to move from a big hospital in order to occupy a position as the new doctor bnag Dar el Ghezlane.
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Embedded in this scene is another quality that is particularly associated with rural fathers. He, with a belt in his hand, blames her for embarrassing him in front of the villagers and Mounia tries to calm him. Mennana, Sfiya and Chama Episode 1, He explains that he left his friends and came so as not to leave her alone in her ordeal and she replies by saying that her father is dead and thus she already is alone. Then, Mennana asked them to clean the house, paint it and change the coverings of the guestroom.
After a while, a woman enters the house wearing a black jellaba and starts sobbing and moaning about how they did not wait for her to see the dead man and bid him farewell before his burial.
She breaks a vase saying that she will never accept it and walks into her room.
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In this scene, the common conception of women being gossipers and complaining about everything is vividly reinforced. He asks Younes if that is doctor Hanae.
By telling Youssef 28 Dar el Ghezlane, Episode 1 www. She replies that it is neither an embarrassment nor a scandal, and that the only reason they think so is because men were accustomed to women being silent and obedient but now they have freewill. Karima sarcastically pretends to be excited and says that she should be pretty to meet the eligible bachelor. Not only is her competency as a doctor is overlooked, she is harassed at the work place by a colleague of her and the interesting thing is that she is shown as being impressed by that and even enjoying it.
Karima comes running and grabs a rock; she hits him in the head knocking him unconscious.
Indeed, this scene reinforces this image of grievances that mother in laws nurse towards their daughter in laws and vice versa; nbat two women are depicted as fierce rivals in numerous occasions. Youssef sarcastically says that Karima is not like other women. She wonders aloud and asks Rhimou whether it was a contraband or under warranty. Karima is still wearing manly clothes and her father shouts at her saying that 27 Dar el Ghezlane, Episode 1 www.
Karima and Rachid Episode 1, Hanae and introduces himself. The interesting thing in this scene, however, lals the fact that mother in laws are depicted as having the tendency to use emotions to win their grandchildren over to their sides. Other services include IPTV which is offered by Maroc Telecom and a new service, digital terrestrial television which has recently began to be spread on the national level.
After a few moments, they arrive at the well where the women gather to fetch water.
Another traditional view can be seen in this scene; that which states that no daughters should marry before her older sister. Subsequently, the analysis chapter will contain two examples of Moroccan series that were aired on the two main Moroccan channels so as to give a more representative and objective view about how women are represented in Moroccan television.
Hajj Bahi escalates the situation by saying that he will marry her to the first person who knocks on the door. Analysis of the Images of Women 1. Rhimou asked Bahia what she was doing in there; the latter replied that she was resting. She then started to tell Rhimou how much she is fond of her out of all her sisters.
Imad and Chama Episode 1, One of the women, Amina who is played by Noura Skalli, complains to her husband about the unpleasant smell there and sarcastically wonders if there was no water or soap around for people to smell that bad. Once again, Karima plays the role of the rebellious older sister who keeps an eye on her younger sister to keep her from doing anything that is against her feminist ideals.
She offered the daughters her condolences as she sat next to one of the guests. Conclusion The aim of this paper was to investigate the representation of women in the Moroccan.
Karima and the Women of the Village Episode 1, Bahia asked her to find solace in crying and that expressing her grief would make her feel better. Karima confidently declares that they are fed up with silence and that God has given a brain to both men and women and the same blood and that they lal fight the darkness that resides in the minds of men. Karima asks epksode to gather around and pay attention. The second series that will be featured in the practical part is Dar el Ghezlane.
She checked some of the photos in the album and set it aside, the last item that she found in the box was a letter. This gives the impression that women are living under emotional oppression and consequently are in a sense waiting for the moment in which they would be liberated to experience their romantic escapades freely which is an inaccurate representation of the women because they do not all live under the same circumstances.