Aqeel Dubai Cinema .. 90 days free and classic movies – our life – cinema

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Aqil Cinema, in Dubai, has partnered with the Mobi Film Platform, providing fans and cinema enthusiasts from all over the world the opportunity to watch independent and classic films for 90 days for free. The initiative, which is the first of its kind in the region, comes in the interest of Aqil Cinema to continue to promote dialogue and interaction with the public through films, in light of the impact that the repercussions of the global crisis of Corona have had on artists and the creative community in general. One of the films that will be available for viewing is “3 Bahaha”, which is a young Indian comedy drama. It was produced in India in 2009. The movie will star in Aamir Khan, Kareena Kapoor, Boman Irani, Sherman Joshi and Madhavan.

And the film “A Journey to the Beach”, directed by Japanese director Kiyoshi Kurosawa, for which he won the award for best director, in the competition “Department of Look” at the Cannes International Film Festival.

The movie “Parents Exit”, directed by director and screenwriter Anthony Chen, takes place in Singapore, particularly in the late nineties, where the movie monitors the relationship of the (Lim) family with the new Filipino maid Teresa (Angelie Payana), who abandoned her country in pursuit of a living, except that the presence Teresa increased the disintegration of the dispersed family.

And Our Daily Bread (1934), directed by director, producer and screenwriter King Fedor. The film tells the story of a married couple who move out of their farm because of their misfortune during the Great Depression, and they have no idea what to do in the beginning, but soon they find other people to help them, so they have a group of people, some from the big city, working together on a farm, Then they manually dig a trench about two miles long, to divert water from a stream to irrigate crops. And the movie “Om-Dar-B-Dar” by Kamal Swaroop, and the film reflects a picture of life in Ajmer town, Rajasthan, and tells the story of a boy named Om in his adolescence, and his father, Babuji, a government employee who quits his job so that he can devote himself to astrology, and then joins him His son Ohm to share it, also attracted to magic.

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