The film was also attended by the media, Mona Abdel Wahab, Ahmed Daoud and his wife Ola Rushdy, Ahmed Hatem, Basma, Asma Jalal, Sherif Ramzy, author Mohamed Abdel Moati, Ramy Waheed, Ahmed Magdy, Youssef Othman, Ali Al-Tayeb, Zainab Gharib, Shady Alphonse, and Heba El-Sisi , Aya Selim, Maryam Al-Khasht, in addition to the announcer Nardine Farag, the media person, Raya Abi Rashid, Mahmoud Al-Leithi, Ilham Shaheen, Jala Hisham and Sumaya Al-Khashab.
The film is produced by Egypt, Jordan, the United Arab Emirates, and Saudi Arabia. The events of the film revolve around issues related to Palestine, and show a young woman called “Princess” embodied by Saba Mubarak, and tells her story that she was born through a microscopic process after sperm smuggling from her imprisoned father in an Israeli prison.
And the events continue with the sudden turn of Amiras life after her father tells her during her visit that he is sterile and does not give birth and that she is not his daughter and everything that her mother told her is a lie. She fears that she and her mother will become ostracized because they do not have a breadwinner or a large family to protect them.
The film was shown globally for the first time as part of the activities of the 78th Venice Film Festival, where it participated in the “Horizons” competition, and won 3 prizes: the Lanterna Magica Award granted by the National Social and Cultural Association of Chinchirculi for Youth (CGS), and the Enrico Fulcinone Award, granted by the International Council of Cinema and Television. and Audiovisual Media in cooperation with UNESCO, and the Interfilm Prize for Promoting Interreligious Dialogue.