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Hassan wa Morcus (2008)

 -  Drama  -  1 August 2008 (Egypt)
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Adel Imam ...
Polles / Hassan Elattar
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Hassan / Morcus
Lebleba ...
Matilda / Zenat
Mohamed Imam ...
Gergis / Emad
Hanaa Al Shorbagi ...
Khaireya
Sherin Adel ...
Mariam / Fatma
Ezzat Abou Aouf ...
General Mokhtar Salem
Hassan Mustafa ...
Sheikh Belal
Hala Fakher ...
Amina
Abbas Abu El-Hassan
Youseff Daoud ...
George
Edward ...
Hany
Randa El Behairy ...
Nancy
Diaa El-Merghani
Mustafa Haridi
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A false equivalence
14 August 2009 | by (Columbia MD) – See all my reviews

The story has its heart in the right place. This is largely a comedy in which two men, a Coptic Christian in hiding and pretending to be a Muslim, and a Muslim in hiding pretending to be a Coptic Christian, become close friends, neither knowing of the other's deception. What will be their reaction when they find that they in fact do not belong to the same religion? The two deceivers are presented as being in equivalent situations, which aids in presenting a tidy can't-we-all-be-friends message but is fundamentally dishonest: the Copts are at the mercy of the majority Muslim population and are constantly persecuted by them. The movie can be enjoyed if you ignore this reality.


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