Assal Eswed

Assal Eswed

A 30 years old Egyptian goes back to Egypt after living in America for 20 years, where he has a hard time coping with the difference, Specially after he loses his identity and all his money and becomes stuck in Egypt.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:0 minutes
  • Release:2010
  • Language:Arabic,English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:prayer,   camera,   photography,  

Masry el Araby, an American-Egyptian citizen who travels back to his home town (Egypt) after living in the US for 20 years. He has this idea of Egypt being a wonderful and amazing coutry, but the idea soon crashes as he faces reality. After arriving in Egypt, Masry (Ahmed Helmy) is treated badly when he uses his Egyptian Passport. But then when he starts using his American Passport as an identification card, he is paid with a lot of respect. He faces many problems as he loses both passports. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Assal Eswed torrent reviews

Matt H (ca) wrote: Surreal, surreal experience. Besides being terrible killers, they're just so WEIRD. Watching them anywhere in public feels like something you'd see in North Korea or something. Strange figures, alien culture, compelling stuff.

Avery V (br) wrote: I have to say, the film overall is really good, but it doesn't live up to the American series

Basement R (us) wrote: Babysitter Wanted is the real deal; a lean, mean horror machine that has twists and turns and still comes up with a surprise or three. The film is one part Halloween, one part House of the Devil and one part Hostel. Yet it isn't derivative at all. I liked our damsel in distress and even dug our villains. And the filmmakers nicely balanced the jump scares with slow-burn terror. This has something for every horror fan, and I'm giving it a Good.

Sunay S (us) wrote: Pyaar ke Side Effects is fresh not because of its story but because of its direction. PNC has come a long way from Hazaaron Khwaishen Aisi to this, recruiting new directors and and looking for new scripts to make a movie with a message. The actors are brilliant as usual. Rahul Bose shows his versatility yet again and Ranvir Shorey is hilarious as always. Though I did not appreciate the use of songs again, I loved the quick cuts in the direction, abrupt transitions, and the obvious use of the audience as an audience by Bose's character. However, the film fails to thoroughly explore why Sid is afraid of marriage. It could have dwelled deeper into his past and what his fears specifically are. Instead it wastes time in songs and incorporating scenes to include specific jokes like the entire conversation about superheroes wearing an underwear outside which is old and played out. And at the end, you have got to feel sorry for the character of Vivek who seems like a nice guy but gets abandoned over and over again. Then again, from his standpoint and the feel good nature of the film, "its no big deal."

Darlene M (us) wrote: This movie is ridiculous (... ly awesome). Best way to watch gymnastics ever. The montage at 41minutes soundtracked by Electric 6 is AMAZING! Plus "too much rock for one hand" will always be funny to me.

Meloney R (fr) wrote: im lovein it... lolz...

Scott C (gb) wrote: This movie made me lose a whopping amount of respect for Renny Harlin. Come on Renny, get back to making great movies!

Barry W (us) wrote: Hey, look! It's Frodo! Oh, I'm sorry, was this movie dubbed a thriller with brains? They should have just called it "brains" because there was nothing thrilling about this movie. Also, Morgan Freeman is in it.

Gary L (kr) wrote: The picture-in-picture effect must have mesmerized Greenaway while he was making this film. I say this because it was overused in an almost comical way. But, many of the scenes were montages of these with beautiful calligraphy on a transparent background - an effect I never tired of. Like other Greenaway films, our bodies are of particular interest in many scenes. After the first two films you get the idea. Since we're in the middle of watching the first 3 Star Wars episodes, it was startling to see a young Obi -Wan Kenobi in the altogether for extended periods of time. But the story of Nagiko, who celebrates every birthday while having birthday greetings painted on her face was interesting, and spans many cultures, in every scene. Greenaway is a visual artist - the plots and the performers are just props for him to assemble one fascinating montage after another. Not a "movie", but a "film" - you have to be look at it the way you'd think about a visit to an art museum. So as the former, it's 4 stars, as the latter 2. One of the 1001 Movies.

David J (br) wrote: the first Broken Lizard movie. some funny ideas, but way to ruff around the edges.a modest start.

Ross L (es) wrote: Not exactly what I was thinking it would be, but still turned out ok. Kidman can show emotion... weird. 2008 movies: 171

Jussi H (fr) wrote: One star for Sean, one for Wesley.. and one for the movie.

James H (br) wrote: Eternal sunshine of the spotless mind is without a doubt, a modern masterpiece. It's inventive, unconventional plot is fresh and unheard of. The performances from Carrey and Winslet in particular are fantastic and the film flowed perfectly. I disliked a couple of scenes like where Jim Carrey is a big baby but the rest of the memories are informative and influential to the overall story. This is one of the smartest films of the decade.

Eric M (mx) wrote: It has some dazzling action sequences and a neat narrative turn at the end, but as entertaining as it may be, at its heart "On Her Majesty's Secret Service" remains a shallow, sexist Bond film, and one with a weaker Bond performance to boot.

Bengel W (br) wrote: One can never quite tell if Clint is acting or just being himself, being the persona of Mr. Cool one can never be to sure and that is the marvel of his skill. This harsh hitting screenplay well photographed to shock with some stunning scenes will have you holding your breath. Music has a tuff feel that brings out the over the top sound quality complimenting the script. Nibbles: Jelly babies.