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Qalb Ommah No rating results yet

Young Chico is seriously injured. He is taken to a hospital where doctors urgently require a heart transplant. Hesham’s mother dies on the operating table. Doctors transfer her heart to operate on Chico and save his life. As Chico recovers, he discovers a strange new maternal instinct and starts to reach out to Hesham.

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El Badla 0/5 (9)

A young Egyptian policeman (played by Tamer Hosny) is investigating a certain case when he starts facing challenging situations with an Egyptian citizen (played by Maged El-Masry) who had lived all his life in Spain and has just returned to Egypt. The comic situations he faces with his colleague (played by Akram Hosny) are without an end.

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Meenak Inta? 0/5 (1)

Issam is a mysterious grotto-man living in the wilderness, over viewing a rural village with a lot of happenings… For more than twenty years, they call him “the thief of food” as he steals nothing but something to eat, no one dares to confront him, he looks scary with his thick beard but he’s also friendly and loving, while he rescues inhabitants from all kind of troubles. From the city, Lynn, a beautiful stubborn girl, was raised by Yasmine, her dying very sick grandmother, who’s only wish was to be buried in the same village next to her old house… Lynn not only buried Yasmine, but also wanted to understand all the mysteries of that very complicated village…

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Capharnaum 0/5 (1)

A politically-charged fable, featuring mostly non-professional actors, about a child who launches a lawsuit against his parents.

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Harb Karmouz No rating results yet

An Egyptian police officer named General Yousef al-Masri lives in Karamouz neighborhood in Alexandria. The film dates back to the reign of King Farouk before the 1952 revolution in the English occupation of Egypt.

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Shock and Awe No rating results yet

A group of journalists covering George Bush’s planned invasion of Iraq in 2003 are skeptical of the president’s claim that Saddam Hussein has “weapons of mass destruction.”

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Abla Tam Tam No rating results yet

The film revolves around a music teacher Tam Tam (Yasmin Abdulaziz) working in a private school, who is known for her weak personality in front of her students, and her reluctance to make decisions, which gets her into trouble with her students, their parents, the school administration and co-teachers.

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A Feeling Greater than Love No rating results yet

Dreams of popular revolution, erased by civil war. A young girl martyred at a factory strike in Beirut in 1972 – her identity shrouded in mystery. A meditation on revolution, cinema and their possibilities, past and present.

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Wajib No rating results yet

A father and his estranged son must come together to hand deliver his daughter’s wedding invitations to each guest as per local Palestinian custom, in this rousing family drama from Annemarie Jacir (When I Saw You).

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One of These Days 0/5 (1)

A 24-hour youth chronicle in Beirut. They’re in their early twenties, they are smart, beautiful and hungry for life. Beirut is experiencing yet another terrorist attack with street demonstrations and police checkpoints. For this generation who has known war since birth, it’s sadly just one of these days. They still have the music, their youth and their dreams. They play the game of seduction, fall in and out of love and kill the boredom.

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