The first day of Eid El-Fitr will be on Friday; however, some films will be released beforehand.
Harb Qarmouz (Karmouz War)
Director: Peter Mimi
Starring: Amir Karara, Ghada Abdelrazek, Mostafa Khater, Mahmoud Hemida
This action-packed film focuses on an Egyptian police officer named Youssef El-Masry. In Alexandria’s Karmouz neighborhood during the days of the monarchy, El-Masry tries to save a woman from being raped.
Director: Khaled Youssef
Starring: Amr Saad, Khaled El-Sawy, Ghada Abdelrazek, Maged El-Masry
A social drama about relationships between people of different religions, with stories parallel and intertwining with each other. A young Muslim man falls in love with a Christian girl and they wed in spite of everyone’s disapproval. Meanwhile, a businessman becomes tangled in a massive corruption scandal.
Leila Hana We Sorour (A Night of Bliss and Joy)
Director: Hussein El-Menbawy, Karim El-Mihy
Starring: Mohamed Imam, Yasmine Sabry, Farouk El-Fishawy, Rehab El-Gamal
This comedy action film sees an intelligence officer disguise himself as a businessman named Sorour. He falls for a girl named Hana during a dangerous mission involving a criminal gang.
Leila Hana We Sorour
Alb Ommo (Mama’s Boy)
Director: Amr Salah
Starring: Hisham Maged, Shiko, Nour Kadry, Dalal Abdelaziz
A comedy centring on a crime gang boss named Magdy Takhtoukh, who is badly injured during a fight and needs a heart transplant. Meanwhile the mother of a young man named Younis dies. Her heart is given to Takhtoukh, and hence he starts dealing with Younis in a very “motherly” way.
Director: Ali Idris
Starring: Yasmine Abdel Aziz, Hamdy El-Merghany, Bayoumi Fouad, Mostafa Abo Sareea
A comedy in which a group of prisoners escape jail through a secret tunnel, only to find themselves in an experimental school. They decide to stay there until they figure out what to do, but Abla Tamtam will make their life harder.
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