Prince of Egypt (Photo courtesy of Wikimedia) Prince of Egypt (Photo courtesy of Wikimedia)

‘Egypt Cinema Month: A Walk Down Memory Lane’, ongoing on Netflix

Thu, Nov. 9, 2017
CAIRO – 9 November 2017: Netflix will stream special films and series in celebration of the Egyptian film industry entitled “Egypt Cinema Month: A Walk Down Memory Lane” as part of November’s agenda.

The online screenings will include “Prince of Egypt”, “Tickling Giants”, and “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, and Jumper” that will all be accessible to Netflix users across the globe, according to a newsletter released by Netflix.

“The Prince of Egypt” revolves around the story of Moses who was born a slave but raised as the son of a pharaoh and is pursuing a journey of leading the Hebrews out of slavery and into freedom.

Netflix will also screen the show of the Egyptian satirical icon Bassem Youssef’s “Tickling Giants” that challenges politics and encourages democracy in the Middle East. Tech-oriented “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen” is also provided to the binge culture in Egypt as well as the prominent film “Jumper”, which revolves around a boy who escapes his abusive father and discovers that he can teleport himself.

This month will also witness the screenings of the best films of renowned American actor Will Smith including “Men in Black”, “The Pursuit of Happyness”, “Bad Boys”, “Hancock” and “Seven Pounds”.


The worldwide entertainment service is working on several projects including a sports-oriented Juventus FC which will be turned into a television series depicting stories of the Italian powerhouse football club, according to a previous statement by Netflix in October.

The docu-series will feature four-hour long episodes that will be released worldwide in early 2018. The entertainment company has also mentioned in its released statement that it will track down the most appealing stories and personalities in the club.

This mere depiction of the stories will be genuinely done through the Netflix team’s efforts in following up on personal and professional times with players on and off field as well as in their homes in efforts to capture in depth reality.
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