There's something devilishly addictive about depravity of high society on television.Viewers get an insight into the fabulous world of the succesful. The cars, the women and the surprisingly frequent bloodthirsty killing.
It's no surprise then, to see that Syrian Jamal Suleiman  is to continue his winning streak of work in Egyptian productions by starring in “Nuqtat Du’uf” (Weak Point). His high flying character is accused of murdering one of his Moet swigging circle of friends.
Defending his decision to make yet another Egyptian drama instead of taking on a Syrian project, the outspoken critic  of the Syrian government told MBC that he'll be back making Syrian dramas as soon as the instability subsides in his native country. As for now, this latest project ticks all the right boxes.