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It's pretty safe to assume that this was paid for by the Egyptian tourism board. The one hour show plays like a long infomercial, showcasing Egyptian architecture, as a voice-over narrates different facts that have little or nothing to do with what we're seeing.
Sadly, the cameraman and editor made a pretty sloppy effort, and you'll probably catch yourself wondering why the heck they kept a shot of a man looking questioningly into the camera for 10 seconds, or why they constantly cut to pictures that have nothing to do with the voice-over. The disassociated experience makes it seem they haphazardly edited together a bunch of scenes first, and slapped on some music and voice-over.
Seeing the pyramids is always nice, but this film shows nothing you haven't seen on hundreds of travel shows before. The presentation is severely lacking a host who talks to some locals or tries some strange food, and the 3D is utterly wasted.
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