The Trip To Tunis Trailer

The Trip To Tunis Trailer (2007)

01 September 2007 Factual 76 mins

Retracing the trip to Tunisia that painter Paul Klee took in 1914, Tunisian filmmaker and painter Nacer Khemir leads viewers on a journey of discovery into Arabian culture.

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Cast

Nacer Khemir

as himself

Crew

Bruno Moll

Director

International Titles

Le voyage à Tunis Trailer

International Releases Dates

Switzerland 01 September 2007

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