Maurice's Bar

By Tom Prezman and Tzor Edery

IN PRODUCTION 

Bobette, the lifelong friend of Moise Zekri, known as Maurice, tells us the story of this Algerian Jewish man who immigrated to France. A furrier and tattoed all over his body, he was also the owner of the most queer bar in Paris at the dawn of the 20th century, until hatred led to war... The gossip of the customers is all that remains of Maurice and his bar. They travel like echoes as they unfold the little-known destiny of this unique man.

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IN PRODUCTION  Bobette, the lifelong friend of Moise Zekri, known as Maurice, tells us... more

IN PRODUCTION 

Bobette, the lifelong friend of Moise Zekri, known as Maurice, tells us the story of this Algerian Jewish man who immigrated to France. A furrier and tattoed all over his body, he was also the owner of the most queer bar in Paris at the dawn of the 20th century, until hatred led to war... The gossip of the customers is all that remains of Maurice and his bar. They travel like echoes as they unfold the little-known destiny of this unique man.

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