Fatima", a movie about an immigrant Moroccan woman struggling to raise her two teenagers in France, scooped the best picture prize at the country's Cesar film awards Friday.
The film, directed by Philippe Faucon, depicts the life of a cleaning lady who struggles to speak French, while her children can barely converse with her in Arabic.
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