Nous trois ou rien (us three or nothing): a film about acting to improve coexistence

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Paris, October 2015 – Nous trois ou rien (us three or nothing), which is released on 4 November in France, tells the story of a young Iranian couple who flees the Islamist regime with their son and find refuge in a Parisian suburb, at the beginning of the 1980s. There, they start a new life and become activists in favour of social integration and the improvement of living together.

Focused on themes that are at the heart of Efus’s action, the film can be used to illustrate debates and exchanges.

As mentioned in the trailer, it is not inspired by a true story; it is a true story. Indeed, it tells the life of Hibat Tabib, a mediation specialist and director of the association for Training, Prevention and Access to Law (association pour la Formation, la Prévention et l’Accès au Droit, Afpad) in Pierrefitte (Seine-Saint-Denis), his wife Ferestheh and their son Kheiron, who wrote and directed the film.

A trained jurist, Hibat Tabib has often taken part as expert in European projects and conferences organised by Efus, in particular the international conferences of Saragossa (2006) and of Aubervilliers and Saint-Denis (2012).

Nous trois ou rien (Gaumont, 2015)Starring Kheiron, Leïla Bekhti, Gérard Darmon, Zabou Breitman. Release date (in France): 4 November.