Wednesday 21 July 2021
The artist Karim Mahmoud Abdel Aziz recounted an influential situation that happened to him after the death of his father, the artist. He found something similar when reading the scenes of his role in the movie Musa.
Karim said, during his meeting with the program “With You, Mona El-Shazly”, broadcast on the “CBC” satellite channel, today, Wednesday: “About a year after my father died, I was sleeping and I was supposed to be healthy because I had a photograph. Your photography is fresh.. Then he said something that made me laugh, so I turned around and went back to Malaktoush. At that time, I realized that I was sober and I didn’t know what.
Karim added: “When director Peter Mimi sent me the film, while I was reading, I found a scene similar to the situation, which is almost the same.
About his character in the film, Karim said: “I remembered the character well, and he was a destructive character, and in my life I met people close to this combination.”
The movie “Mousa” is produced by three of the largest film production companies in Egypt and the Arab world, namely Synergy Films, New Century and Egypt International Films, using the latest international graphics technologies.
The work starring Karim Mahmoud Abdel Aziz, Iyad Nassar, Salah Abdullah, Asmaa Abu Al-Yazid, Sarah Al-Shami, directed by Peter Mimi, and its events revolve within a framework of science fiction.