Nasrdin Dchar is painful for parents to see the struggle
To 10 July, 2019 08:25
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Nasrdin Dchar is painful to see how his parents, struggling with their place in the Netherlands. Which tells the story of the year, the actor on Wednesday in an interview with De Groene Amsterdammer.
Dchar grew up in the centre of Steenbergen, where his father and mother still live there. “What are they doing in the Netherlands?”, ask the actor out loud. “The Moroccan families who were, in van Steenbergen, are to be drawn. Back to africa is not an option, so that they wouldn’t even be able to. Therefore, they have to sit in an area where they don’t really belong.”
“I think that’s quite painful for the generation that is so important to me, to us, to see struggelen with the really big questions, to which they had no answers for them. When I look at the conversations that I have with my parents, my food, and it’s always the same thing. Therein, I run against my own shortcomings in language. My father does not speak good enough English to have a good conversation, and the same is true for my Dvd. Then, decay with you soon on how it goes, your this things, and the children.”