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Euro Film Panorama: Wed 4 Dec - Daily Recommendations

Ahram Online recommends Villa 69 (Egypt 2013), Tutti Giu (Switzerland 2012) and Nordvest (Denmark 2013)

Ahram Online, Monday 2 Dec 2013
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Villa 69 (Egypt 2013)

Hussein enjoys a solitary existence until his past catches up with him when his sister and nephew move into his house. This long-anticipated drama about life, intimacy and death sparkles with a light-hearted touch.

Wednesday 4 December, 9.30pm at Galaxy Cinema, 67 Abd El Aziz Al Saud St., El-Manial (With a post-screening discussion with the director)

Read more about the film, watch its trailer and check screening times here.

Find Ahram Online's interview with the director here.

Tutti Giu (Everybody Sometimes Falls) (Switzerland 2012)

Three young people try to find their places in an adult world, searching for themselves and the spark that makes them feel alive.

Wednesday 4 December, 3:30 pm at City Stars Cinema, Omar Ibn El-Khattab Street, Nasr City

Read more about the film, watch its trailer and check screening times here.

Nordvest (Northwest) (Denmark 2013)

This gangster film follows the journey of Casper, 18, the oldest of three siblings, as he tries to survive on the streets of a Copenhagen suburb, making robberies for the neighbourhood boss, Jamal. But when Casper gets an offer to work for Jamal's rival, Björn, he jumps at the chance for a better life and enters a world of drugs and prostitution. As things escalate between Björn and Jamal, Casper finds himself and his family in the center of a conflict that threatens to destroy them.

Wednesday 4 December, 6.30pm at City Stars Cinema, Omar Ibn El-Khattab Street, Nasr City

Read more on the film, watch its trailer and check screening times here.

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