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Waleed El Kady
Salama requires to revise his ideas and filmmaking techniques.
As a film critic, I've been following Salama on a daily basis, after his unpredictable "A Day Like Today". But I pondered the question so deeply, why would Salama vanish his talent afterwards? "Asmaa" had its potentials and more importantly, it assisted the viewer to observe society differently, I've honestly criticized "Asmaa" in regards to its flaws and nonsensical dialogues. And then finally we reach his worst film yet. I cannot imagine that such a talented filmmaker who spoke hours to the audience last year about his filmmaking technique and why high budget films should be avoided. Is "Made In Egypt" a low budget important film? Or rather a commercial, typical clichéd film? I would select the second one since "Made In Egypt" is not only Salama's worst yet but on of the worst of the year so far. Salama should revise everything, he has learned about filmmaking.
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