Two films, “Filos” and “Secondary Girls”


Mai Fahmy In the news, cinema and TV

Posted: Wednesday, January 15, 2020 – 17:32

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        The movie "The Money" and "Secondary Girls" are currently being shown in Egyptian theaters.<p>The movie, "Filos," was released 3 weeks ago, while "Secondary Girls" went on only 9 days.

Despite the short time since the release of the two films, they were leaked in high quality through Facebook.

The films were found on the most popular women-only groups and groups on Facebook.

“Al-Foulous”, directed by Saeed Al-Marouq, written and screened by Mohamed Abdel-Moaty, and the story of Tamer Hosni, and co-starring with Tamer Hosni, Khaled Al-Sawy, Zina, Aisha bin Ahmed, and Muhammad Salam.

The film revolves around “Seif”, a professional quorum, which the beautiful and wealthy girl Hala uses to help her get her money back from another quorum, to begin an endless series of tricks and games in which the concepts of love, friendship and life are mixed.

“Secondary Girls”, starring Jamila Awad, Mai Al-Ghaiti, Hoda Al-Mufti, Hanadi Mhanna, Mayan Al-Sayed, Muhammad Mahran, Muhammad Al-Sharnoubi, Tamer Hashem, and produced by Ahmed Al-Sibki.

The movie is about five girls in high school, and it shows what happens to them during their journey to find themselves in adolescence.

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