Unlike the previous episodes, the balance of suspense tended towards the character of Hazem (Muhammad Mamdouh) in Egypt, and his crisis with Haji Badr, the owner of the land in which Hazem is located, where Badr decided to expel him from the land and refused to give him enough time, to lead Shaheen (Ahmed Talaat) a group of Badr’s men to break into the apiary and destroy it, and Shaheen clashes with Hazem in a fight, ending when Hazem hit him with a container containing bee feeding liquid and then closed the door of the apiary, so that the swarm of bees attacked Shaheen and killed him, a method of death that appears for the first time on Egyptian screens.
The burial scene at the opening of the episode paves the way for an expected fierce struggle between Hazem and Badr, who is expected to avenge Shaheen, who raised him from childhood and considered him in the status of his son. This expresses the ingenuity of director and author Tamer Mohsen in changing the atmosphere of the series for the third time in only 4 episodes, after the tension in the first episode that focused on the wife here (Mona Zaki) during her adventure in America after her decision to stay there to have her child, an episode that was praised by the audience and critics With her levels of tension, then the atmosphere changed for light comedy in the second episode, with her meeting with the young man (Adam El Sharkawy), the owner of Egyptian origins, and this episode provided a temporary break for the viewers to take a breath.
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The story of the Newton game series revolves around the journey of Hazem and here, who plan in complete secrecy to have their child on American soil, but the adventure gets complicated bit by bit and takes them to worlds that were never taken into account, and the events of the series were filmed in Egypt and the United States of America, and it is the director’s fourth television work. Tamer Mohsen in Ramadan drama
Newton’s game series starring: Mona Zaki, Mohamed Farrag, Mohamed Mamdouh, Sayed Ragab, Aisha bin Ahmed, Mayan El-Sayed, Osama Al-Hadi, and for the first time in the Egyptian-American drama, the Egyptian-American actor Adam El-Sharkawy, screenplay and writing supervision Maha Al-Wazir, the script and dialogue workshop Authors Maha Al-Wazir, Samar Abdel Nasser, Muhammad Al-Shakibi and Ammar Sabry, produced by Media Hub (Saadi – Jawhar), written and directed by Tamer Mohsen.
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