This article aims at exploring acts of narration and representation of Morocco in Gonzalez INARRITU’s Babel (2006). This filmic production offers a critical examination of the representation of the typical Moroccan in Hollywood. Babel offers a rather different narrative tone drifting away from Hollywood traditionalist mode of narration, writing in bold a new tradition of narration and representation of Morocco. Babel is a multi-narrative drama through which multiple stories unravel. The story takes place in four different settings: Morocco, Japan, Mexico, and the United States respectively.