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| EPISODE 8

The secrets of the faubourg

The world of the zoufris is a distinct world, with its own rules and regulartions... It is the extension of a latent suffering in which historically and geographically marginalised groups have participated, a voice that manifests rejection... The rejection of domestication within the conventional mould, and the culture of the masses that does not tolerate being different.
22 February 2022
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Le monde des zoufris est un monde spécifique, avec ses règles et ses lois... C'est le prolongement d'une souffrance latente à laquelle ont participé des groupes marginalisés, historiquement et géographiquement, une voix qui manifeste le rejet... Le rejet de la domestication dans le moule de la culture du peuple, la culture de la majorité qui ne tolère pas la différence.

عالم الزوفرة، هو عالم مخصوص، له قواعده  و نواميسه ..هو امتداد لوجع دفين  شاركت فيه الفئات المهمشة و المطحونة تاريخيا و جغرافيا، صوت يعبر عن الرفض.. رفض للتدجين في قوالب الثقافة الرسمية ، ثقافة الأغلبية الرافضة للاختلاف.

Created by
Rabeb Srairi
Mixing - Sound Design
Oussema Gaidi
Illustrations
Tayma Ben Ahmed
French Translation
Olfa Dridi

Who is the "zoufri"? And what does this term, which is casually applied to social figures today, represent? The image of the zoufri is not limited to man strutting through the alleys of the Medina, wearing his Dingri, his Kabous and a Machmoum, as popular folklore would suggest…

The zoufri is not simply a figure ecstatically dancing to the tunes of mezoued, but the product of various social, cultural and political factors that oscillate between narratives of both fact and fiction, and the imaginary epics transmitted via the collective memory.

The world of the zoufris is a distinct world, with its own rules and laws... It is the extension of a latent suffering in which historically and geographically marginalised groups have participated, a voice that manifests rejection... The rejection of domestication within the conventional mould, and the culture of the masses that does not tolerate being different.

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