A Moroccan Remains a Moroccan
A MOROCCAN REMAINS A MOROCCAN contrasts old and new methods of clothes-making and situates Morocco in its multi-dimensional position among ancient, colonial, post-modern, and global influences. Themes of class, gender, and identity are the backdrop to stories about unique characters and the varieties of clothing that they make. The changing characteristics of clothing are a metaphor for the transformations happening both on the surface and to the infrastructure of Moroccan culture and economics.
Lange, Shara K.. 2012. A Moroccan Remains a Moroccan. Journal of Short Film. Vol.24 https://jsf.mtholyoke.edu/volume_024/