The story of Mazen continues several years after the events of Cash Flow 1, his new life is very different now, he’s rich and successful, however, more money brings him more problems and new enemies. He goes through hilarious situations to solve his new problems, with the help of new and old characters.Share on Facebook
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Performed in 1978 over eight months, “Bennesbeh Labokra, Chou?” takes place in a bar in the trendy Hamra district, hosting a variety of people such as poets, reporters, businessmen and foreigners. Now, over 35 years later, the original play will be showing in cinemas starting Jan. 21.Share on Facebook
Victorious Secret is the second instalment in the NEMR saga of comedy specials. Following the massive success of EPIC, Victorious Secret recaptures the magic from the one night that over 3,000 people came together in a Roman Colosseum in Lebanon, and expands on it into a feature comedy experience like no other. Bringing the night to life on the big screen in unprecedented live action surround sound, Victorious Secret promises to be the comedy experience of the year. Don’t miss out on experiencing the night that changed Lebanon forever like never before!Share on Facebook
“Khaled”, a famous Lebanese singer, fell in love with “Malak”, a beautiful Egyptian girl, from a big political family and whose father is trying to win the presidential election of Egypt. The love between “Khaled” and “Malak” represents a big obstacle for her father’s political ambition who is trying to fulfill his dream by forcing his daughter to marry a political influential man. The story begins when a Paparazzi girl discloses this hidden love and just here the big conflicts start to appear within a romantic and exciting environment.Share on Facebook
Maguy Bou Ghosn, Bassem Moughnieh, Pamela El Kik, Nahla Daoud, Jospeh Bou Nassar, Fouad Yamine, Khitam Al Laham, Soha Kikano, Janah Fakhoury, Marinelle Sarkis, Pierre Jamajian, Jihad Al Andary, Omar Mikati, Daad RizkShare on Facebook
Looking to go straight, three coke-smuggling brothers are coerced by their crooked boss into a very dangerous last score, in this boldly comic first feature from Lebanon’s Mir-Jean Bou Chaaya.Share on Facebook
After serving his sentence in Carandiru, one of the world’s most vicious prisons, Tarek (Adel Karam) sets out to create a new life for himself in Brazil; A life like any normal person. Yet something within him was not satisfied. An urge to finish what is not yet complete drives him back to Lebanon. It was time for him to get back what he believed belonged to him from Mazen (Pierre Dagher) when coincidence unites him with three different women, each escaping her own reality. His plan starts to change directions as he finds satisfaction for his different needs with each of Sariah (Lorraine Kodeih), Tonie-Maria (Joy Karam) and Elham (Elham Abi Rached).
“Chi Yom Rah Fell”, is a Lebanese Social Drama which depicts how corrupt we can become when our lives revolve around buying our happiness and those around us with money.
The true story of a true hero who performed a military operation on the Israeli Army check point back in the 1985, killing by that more than 30 enemy soldiers.Share on Facebook
Kamal Joumblatt, the Master of the castle of Moukhtara, recounts the major events of his life until his assassination on the 16th of March 1977.
The film takes us on a global journey from Lebanon, all the way to India, following the footsteps of Kamal Joumblatt, the Founder of the PSP (Progressive Socialist Party), the Leader, the Rebel, the Reformist, the Thinker, the Poet, the Yogi…
Kamal Joumblatt (1917-1977) becomes the last witness… of his own life.
Following a car accident on a lone mountain road, a middle-aged man loses his memory. Drenched in blood, he continues to walk along the deserted path. Further down the road, he encounters people with engine trouble and helps them get their car running again. They are reluctant to leave him stranded, so they take him home to their large estate in the Bekaa valley, a place where production is not only agricultural, and a place he may never leave again…Share on Facebook