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An Egyptian gangster, El Ott, divorced his wife, Salma, and left the family soon after his daughter, Amina, was mysteriously kidnapped and lost in Cairo. El Ott discovers that Fathi, a human and organ trafficking monster boss, has recently kidnapped street children from his neighborhood, in order to sell their organs. Written by
This film was awful. All the reviews on the page right now are written by the actors in it. I don't have an IMDb account so please give this film one star and summarize these basic points:
OK film nothing more. The effects and action scenes were poorly done. Story was complicated to understand and the film just dragged on. Amr Wakkid was such a lousy actor he shouldn't have been it. Ahmed El Sakka should have been the star of the movie because everyone in Egypt love him so much as superhero and tough guy. All the actors look tired and need to rest. Maybe someone take their organs too? Low quality everything with no wow stars. Salah Alhanafy was the strongest actor in this film but we do not see him enough. Next time make him the hero!
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