‘Tangible Points’: Saudi Drama tackling Sensitive Social Issues
Shooting of the series Niqat Malmousa (Tangible Points) was wrapped up in Riyadh. The series is a Saudi production written by Mahmoud Hasan, scripted by Mutreb Fawwaz and directed by the Jordanian director Mohammed A’yesh, according to the London based Arabic daily al Sharq al Awsat.
The series belongs to the social drama genre and tackles a number of social issues, phenomena and behavior of some individuals in separate and independent episodes. The series also depicts some wrong administrative actions by many directors against their employees and people and other social issues related to people and their concerns.
An elite group of Saudi actors participate in the series including Saad Khader, Ali Ibrahim, Mohammed al Mansour and Abdel Aziz al Skirin. The participating actresses include Amal Hussein, Nadin Halawani, Rivan Kana’an and Abeer Abdulla.
The series is comprised of 15 episodes and produced by Vision Corporation for Art Production marking their production debut. The series is expected to be aired during the forthcoming fasting month of Ramadhan -- Albawaba.com
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