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At a movie theater, the feared security police stop Thami and a bare-armed date.Rather than making them disappear or breaking their teeth, as the Makhzen were known to do, they happily extract a bribe when they learn Thami is a rich man.In some cases, it costs as much as 50% more for insurance for a reality show than for a typical TV program, according to Wendy Diaz, executive underwriter for the entertainment division of Fireman's Fund Insurance Co.Network officials won't say what they shell out to insure reality shows."Sometimes we have to get special insurance for these shows, more extensive accidental," says Jeff Gaspin, NBC's executive vice president of alternative series.
(International sales: Zen Zero, Casablanca.) Produced by Zaineb Laraki, Caroline Locardi, Abdelhai Laraki. Screenplay, Laraki, Violaine Bellet, based on the novel "Choice Cuts" by Mohamed Nedali.
While necessarily condensing events from the novel, Laraki and co-scripter Violaine Bellet also draw directly from the text in some of Thami’s voiceover ruminations.
Although never explicit, the action emphasizes the carnal, from the beginning with the ritual bathing of Thami’s father’s body to Thami’s ecstatic couplings with Zineb; a casual affair with a French tourist (Julie Nicolet) plays like the eating scene in “Tom Jones” crossed with the athletics of “Tie Me Up! ” Well-cast thesps look their parts, with supporting character turns often styled toward comic soap-opera effect.
The releases for contestants protect the show in the event anyone is hurt physically or psychologically, according to David Goldberg, president of Endemol Entertainment USA Inc., which produced it for NBC.
But he says the stunts were safer than they may have looked.
And her relatives were required to sign similar agreements saying they would not sue if she was killed on the show." The agreement, posted on journalist Peter Lance's Web site, also contained a confidentiality clause.