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The movie speaks about the events that goes around from 5 June 1967 till the victory of 6th October 1973 and the war of attrition leaded by the qualified war commander "Nour" which is played by Ahmed Ezz.
Taha is a medical representative in a reputable pharmaceutical company, who leads a normal life with his chair bound father, who finds out about a mysterious murder with no traces. After his own father is murdered by a bully, Taha discovers his aged fathers' notebook that would unleash a chain of even more mysterious killings.Written by
Diamond Dust feels like a two hour episode of Breaking Bad which is a great thing. The plot is very good, it's not often that you see an Egyptian film that relies more on acting and the plot more than action packed scenes or offensive comedies. There is only one part in the story that just seemed forced to keep it going which was kind of disappointing.
Menna Shalabi's performance is just amazing. The music seems a little derived from Dunkirk's ticking clock but it still was good.
This film can change how modern people view Egyptian film making industry again.
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