“Emad El Din’s Era” a mixture of different generations learning from one another
In the Ramadan drama “Zaman Emad El Din” (Emad El Din’s Era) the old sheds experience and light acquired throughout the years on the young teaching that a person who does not hold on to the past, has no self worth. In this sense the drama has brought different generations together at the same time.
According to the Egyptian daily, Al Akhbar, the generation of the prominent Egyptian actor Abdul Min’em Madboli, who plays the role of the father, and the generation of Egyptian actor Ahmad Khalil, who plays the role of the father, join forces to teach each other from their experiences in life. . The knowledge of the older generation is passed down to the younger one, making life a learning adventure as time passes by.
The series depicts the period between World War I until 1949 including the war in Palestine in 1948.
The production sector has made all the financial and technological resources needed for the series available at the Media Production City including the sets, neighborhoods and theaters. A Neighborhood has been constructed at the Media Production City deliberately for this series.
Costarring in the drama is a large group of artists including Dalal Abdel Aziz, Sawsan Bader, Wael Noor, Mahmoud Qabil, Abdel Mine’m Madbouli, Ezzat Abu Auf, Ahmed Khalil, Hasan Hosni, Shireen and Dunia Samir Ghanem. The series, which is scripted by Abdel Sattar Fathi is produced by the Radio and TV Union’ s Production Department.
On a different note, the daily, reported that in the series, the director forgot to place one of the main star’s name Faieq Azeb and other new faces in the credits at the beginning and end of the series. The daily also reported that Fathi Bashooki, the scriptwriter for the series, has filed a complaint against the director Hani Lashin, to the Production Company, saying he did not receive the proper exposure. The series is currently being aired on Nile TV. According to the daily, the series in which actors are still putting in long hours at the studios. - Albawaba.com