The red carpet was rolled out, and quite the controversial film has been screened. The premier of "La Mu'akhatha" (Excuse My French) went down in Cairo in the presence of the entire cast and crew that included Syrian actress Kinda Alloush, Hani Adel, Amro Bayoumy, child actor Ahmad Dash, and writer and director of the film Amro Salama.
Then "Surprise!" suddenly stepped out Tunisian actress Hind Sabri because, who knew, but she has a cameo appearance in the movie too! Showing up in only one church scene as a Coptic woman getting married to actor Aser Yasin, the starlet sneaked her way into the censored film that's sure to get the country talking.
According to the Middle East news portal Elaph, Amro listed Hind and Aser's name in the end credits of the film thanking them for their guest appearances. Hind had insisted on attending the premier of the film to show her support to the cast of the film and join in their moment of joy.
Hind had previously worked with Amro Salama in the critically acclaimed, award-winning film "Asma".
Other celebs that arrived to the auspicious screening included Muna Zaki, Yasmin Rayes and her husband director Hadi Al Bajoury, Hani Ramzi, and Durrah. After the 90 minutes of drama and laughter concluded, heavy applauds arose from the audience.
The film revolves around a young Coptic boy whose mother is forced to transfer him from a private American school to a public school after his father's death. After feeling the brunt of intense discrimination from his peers, the child is forced to keep his religious beliefs a secret and begins to learn Islamic religion to fit in.
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