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Melodrama Habibi

Melodrama Habibi
File:Une chanson dans la tete 2008.jpg
French poster
Directed by Hany Tamba
Produced by Emmanuel Agneray
Jérôme Bleitrach
Written by Hany Tamba
Starring Julia Kassar
Patrick Chesnais
Pierre Chammassian
Joanna Moukarzel
Pierrette Katrib
Gabriel Yammine
Lara Mattar
Maggie Badawi
Music by Khaled Mouzanar
Cinematography Emmanuel Soyer
Distributed by Haut et Court
Films Distributions
Release date(s)
Running time 98 minutes
Country Lebanon
Language Arabic and French

Melodrama Habibi (Arabic:ميلودراما حبيبي, French: Une chanson dans la tête), the first feature film by Lebanese director Hany Tamba, is a 2008 Lebanese film. The film is set to be released on August 13, 2008 in France and Belgium.[1]


Jamil, a rich business man in Lebanon, decides to bring a once famous French singer, Bruno Caprice, to his wife's birthday (Randa). Bruno, who was known namely for one song "Quand tu t'en vas" in the 70's, accepts the invitation and goes to Beirut. But things get complicated when Randa is kidnapped, and Jamil decides that the show must go on.

Cast and characters

  • Julia Kassar as Randa Harfouche
  • Patrick Chesnais as Bruno Caprice
  • Pierrette Katrib as Nadine
  • Gabriel Yammine as Cézar
  • Lara Matar as Reem Harfouche and Randa when she was young
  • Pierre Chammassian as Jamil Harfouche
  • Maggie Badawi as Nadine's Mother
  • Majdi Machmouchi as Nadine's Father
  • Fadi Reaidy as the flight passenger and Madame Rose

See also

  • After Shave an award winning short film by Hany Tamba.


External links

  • Internet Movie Database
  • Showtimes in Lebanon on Cineklik
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