October 2011, nine months after the Tunisian Revolution of January 14, Tunisian women are running for the elections of the Constituent Assembly, some are from political parties, some are complete novices, some are activists of the early hours who joined parties to be part of the lists in the running and others are running as independents. They are in campaign, they criss-cross the Tunisian cities and villages, do meetings, door-to-door, enter the cafes "men", stick themselves their posters and distribute their leaflets. Who are they, what path has brought them to the political arena, what are their motivations and their weapons to lead such an unprecedented battle?
Direction and Production
Sonia Chamkhi is a professor at ESAC, a doctor in cinema, audiovisual and television (Paris-Panthéon-Sorbonne), a graduate in image design, film direction and scriptwriti...