A common enemy

A common enemy

HD DCP Dolby 5.1 / 78 min / Feature documentary film / Arab – English / Spain, Tunisia 2013

A Common Enemy is a political documentary thriller based on the first ever free elections in Tunisia after the Arab Spring Revolution, seen through the eyes of the protagonists of this historical event. This revolution is now an echo in their minds, as impending changes will rapidly modify the country’s society, especially as the victory of Islamic political party EnNahda becomes more and more likely.


Selecciones / Selections

Festival des films du monde de montréal (Canada)
Eko international film festival (Nigeria)
Festival internacional de cine de Cali (Colombia)
Ammar Popular film festival (Iran)
Festival des libertes (Belgium)
Yamagata international documentary film festival (Japan)
Ko&digital – festival internacional de cine solidario (Spain)
Festival del cinema latino americano de Trieste (Italy)
Medimed (Spain)
Marfici – festival internacional de cine independiente de Mar del Plata (Argentina)
Social impact media awards (United States)
Indianapolis international film festival (United States)
Festival de cine documental Caracasdoc (Venezuela)
Cordoba film festival (Colombia)
Festival un film per la pace (Italy)
Documenta Madrid (Spain)


Director, screenplay
Jaime Otero

Ignacio de Vicente Bueno

Diana Toucedo

Bilel Kernani

Alejandro Román

Executive producers
Cristina Bodelón, Jaime Otero Romaní

Lasoga Films

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