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Film "The System" First Look Unveiled


Wed 31 Jan 2024 | 03:34 PM
Yara Sameh - Pasant Elzsitony

The first look at Egyptian stars Tarek Lotfy and Ahmed El Fishawy's film "Elsystm" (The System) has been revealed.

Nesreen Tafesh, Passant Shawky, and Mais Hamdan will also star.

 The film is scripted by Ahmed Mustafa, directed by Ahmed El Bendary, and produced by Run Films and Best Media Production.

The project marks Lotfy's comeback to the big screen after four years of absence. He made his last onscreen performance in the 2019 thriller "122".

On the other hand, Lotfy is set to reteam up with actor Ahmed El Sakka in a new TV series for the first time in two decades.

The untitled series hails from director Ahmed Khaled Mousa and marks the first collaboration between the two stars in 20 years. 

They previously collaborated on films "Ean Aleashq Walhuaa" (2006), and "Saeidi Fil Gameaa Al Amerikeya" (1998).

The project is set to screen in the Ramadan 2024 drama marathon.

Lotfy participated last Ramadan with the TV series “Mozakerat Zog” (Memoirs of a Husband).

It also starred Khaled El Sawy, Aïcha Ben Ahmed, Noha Abdeen, Edward, Samaa Ibrahem, and others.

Maryam Ahmady directed the project from a screenplay by Mohamed Suleiman.

The series consists of 15 episodes and was based on a novel by the late great writer Ahmed Bahgat.

Tarek Lotfy

Lotfy, born on November 20, 1965, graduated in 1989 from the Arts Academy with a bachelor's degree in Acting and Directing.

He caught the eye of late cinema director Atef El Tayeb who believed in his talent and introduced him in the 1991 film "Demaa ala AL Asfalt" (Blood on the Asfalt).

Lotfy is best known for his roles in films and TV productions such as

"122" (2019), "Gabal Al Halal" (2014), "A'd Tanazoly" (2014), "Hekayet Hayat" (2013), "Ma Sabek El Asrar" (2012), "Qadyet Safia" (2010), "Bent Men Shoubra" (2004), "Al-Hakika w Al-Sarab" (2003), and "Malak Ruwhi" (2003).