Four new films in Egyptian cinemas for Eid Al-Adha

Ahram Online , Friday 14 Jun 2024

As Eid Al-Adha is approaching, four new productions are released across the Egyptian cinemas featuring many stars.

Eid El Adha

 

Last Wednesday, two titles hit the local cinemas: Ahl El-Kahf, and Essabet El-Max.

On Thursday, two more titles were released: Welad Rizk 3: El-Qadeya, and El-Leab Maa El-Eyal.

Ahl El-Kahf is directed by Amr Arafa to the script by Ayman Bahgat Kamar. It stars Mohamed Mamdouh and Ghada Adel.

The film is based on a play by Tawfeek El-Hakim with the same title.

The film "deals with a fictional framework, the story of three people who wake up from their sleep after three centuries, and find themselves in a time other than the time in which they lived before, and they live in a struggle with time," reads the synopsis.

Essabet El-Max is directed by Hossam Soliman.

The comedy stars Lebleba, Ruby, Hatem Salah, and Ahmed Fahmy.

The synopsis points to a character who "is accustomed to carrying out theft and smuggling operations alone without help. However, he gets embroiled in a major operation that requires outside assistance but eventually discovers that those he chooses to help him are implicating him in problems that threaten the operation's success."

Welad Rizk 3: El-Qadeya brings us back to the adventures of the Rizk brothers implicated in the world of crime and theft again.

This time, the brothers steal something valuable from international boxer Tyson Fury, an act that puts them in a dangerous conflict with influential men.

The film is directed by Tareq El Eryan and stars Ahmed Ezz, Asser Yassine, Sayed Ragab, and Asmaa Galal.

El-Leab Maa El-Eyal (Playing with Kids) is a comedy written and directed by Sherif Arafa.

"After being transferred to a school in a desert region, Allam, a history teacher, faces some unanticipated challenges," the synopsis reveals.

The film stars Mohamed Emam, Asmaa Galal, Moustafa Gharieb, Bayoumy Fouad, and Bassem Samra.

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