Morocco, 2004. That summer, 11-year-old Adil spends his days playing with his gang of friends and waiting for the last Olympic Games of his idol, the runner Hicham El Guerrouj. The arrival of his father and his big brother, who came from France for a few days, will mark him forever.
Saïd Hamich was born in 1986 in Fez (Morocco). He is a graduate of the production department of La Fémis and winner of the Producer Cinema Scholarship of the Lagardère Foundation. He was executive producer on several films including Hope by Boris Lojkine, Ni le ciel ni la terre by Clement Cogitore or Sofia by Meryem Benm’Barek. He has produced some thirty shorts and several feature films (Much Loved by Nabil Ayouch - in co-production -, Vent du Nord by Walid Mattar, Volubilis by Faouzi Bensaïdi). Return to Bollene, his first film as a director, nominee for Louis-Delluc Prize for best first film, was released in 2018.