release date December 09 2021
Life Suits Me Well Screens at Red Sea International Festival Today
Competing at the festival’s Official Competition, Moroccan film Life Suits Me Well by director Al Hadi Ulad-Mohand shall kick off its first screening at Red Sea International Film Festival today, Thursday, December 9th, at 9:45 PM, Vox Cinemas Red Sea Mall 5. The film will also rerun on Friday, December 10th, at 5:45 PM, VOX Cinemas Al Balad 3.
In addition, the film’s official poster has been released recently, featuring a man sleeping in a bed inside an isolated cage, with a desert and sea waves in the background. The film project has previously received several awards at CineGouna Platform, including the Grand Prize, and Best Film in post-production.
A few days ago, the film landed its world premiere at the First Feature Competition of Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival in Estonia. The festival is accorded category “A” status by the International Federation of Film Producers Associations in Paris (FIAPF) alongside other 14 festivals in the world, including Cannes, Berlin, and Venice,  among other film festivals. It screens around 250 features and more than 300 shorts and animations annually.
It is the mid-1990s. In a small town in the north of Morocco, Fouad is the only employee at the local post office. When he suffers from a neurological disease, his life changes and a new story begins for Fouad, his wife and their children. Their home will be filled with love, sorrow and memories. While Fouad is dying, his family members rediscover themselves. As time goes by, the wounds begin to surface – but the desire to live is inextinguishable. 
Written and directed by Al Hadi Ulad Mohand, Life Suits Me Well stars Samir Guesmi, Lubna Azabal, Sayed El Alami, and Jalal Quarrioua, and produced by Kasbah Films (Karim Debbagh). MAD Solutions handles the film’s distribution in the Arab world.
Al Hadi Ulad Mohand is a Moroccan filmmaker. He studied Directing at the Ateliers Varan in Paris and graduated from the International Film & Television School in Paris. After graduation, he took part in several Moroccan and foreign productions as an assistant director including several short films. His short film Le Café des Pêcheurs (2007) was selected for numerous festivals, among them the Locarno Festival.