Yusra’s ‘Red Rose’ Will Stay Home
The Egyptian Cultural Ministry’s Festival’s Committee has verified the boycott of Yusra’s latest movie, Al Warda Al Hamra’a, The Red Rose, from participating in any Arab or international festivals, reported Al Sharq El Awsat newspaper.
The London based daily said that the committee has decided that the film is not ‘suitable’ for taking part in such events.
The movie, which also stars legendary actor Ahmad Ramzi and Mustafa Fahmi, boast the direction of Inas El Dagheedi.
Meanwhile, Dagheedi herself had told the Chairman of the Cairo Film Festival, actor Hussein Fahmi, that her film was made for audiences and not judges in festivals.
The Red Rose, expected to be released by the end of Ramadan, has been checked and approved by the Egyptian Censorship Board without the removal of any of its scenes. – Albawaba.com.
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