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(beef or lamb sausage), and lamb or chicken stew are among the many local dishes served in homes and restaurants.As is the case in the Middle East, strong, sweet Turkish-style coffee is the beverage of choice at social gatherings, and mint tea is a favourite., meaning “opinion” or “view”), which combines varying instrumentation with simple poetic lyrics.
Despite efforts to modernize Algerian society, the pull of traditional values remains strong.
Although Algeria’s cities have become centres for this cultural confrontation, even remote areas of the countryside have seen the state take on roles traditionally filled by the extended family or clan.
Algerians have thus been caught between a tradition that no longer commands their total loyalty and a modernism that is attractive yet fails to satisfy their psychological and spiritual needs.
The first major postcolonial production was the celebrated film ).
Though written and directed by an Italian, Gillo Pontecorvo, the work—a stark factual retelling of urban warfare during the revolution—was supported by the Algerian government and was cast with numerous nonactors, including many residents of Algiers who participated in the actual events.