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45 Days

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Actions and reactions… motivations… and complex human relations are some of the themes explored in the latest Egyptian drama thriller “45 Days”.

The film, written by Mohamed Hefzy (who has written Malaki Eskendriya , El Torbini to name a few) and directed by Ahmed Youssri in his directorial debut, examines its characters’ motivations to behave in the way they do, effectively exploiting the reverse technique in storytelling to heighten the element of suspense.

The filmopens with a young man, Ahmed (El Fishawy) holding a gun in his hands while police sirens are heard in the background. The Rick young man is accused of murdering his parents. Failing to discover the reasons for this horrifying crime, the authorities transfer Ahmed to a psychiatrist (Hesham Selim) to study his case and inspect his mental......
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Urlich Huth..GM of Cairo Marriott Interview

Managing one of the most beautiful and luxurious premises in Egypt as Cairo Marriott Hotel is not an easy task but for Urlich Huth it is enjoyable, challenging and stimulating. Urlich Huth is a German citizen who appreciates and understands the Egyptian Culture deeply. He is never satisfied with what is achieved, always seeking more and more success…        

 

 

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Ahmed Ezz

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In a cozy café on the Nile, I met the young bright star Ahmed Ezz. Confident and at ease and very down-to-earth, he answered our questions in style in this vivid and very exciting interview.

- Your name has been associated recently with action movies, but what romance and social films?

Basically When I choose a movie, I’m not thinking that I’m going to beat someone, or run or jump. I focus on the substance. If the film requires action, then I would it. If not, I won’t force the action into the movie. If you take a look at “Malaki Eskendreya” for example, 

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Suntan vs. Self Tanners

And the winners is self -tanners! Every season, remind yourself that sun tanning is something you must avoid at all costs. You all know the hazardous, so there is no reason to belabor the point, other than to remind you of a few basics.

 

1.       The fact that hats with brim protect the face from only about 50% of the sun rays bounce back up off cement, water, and sand, causing sun damage reflected from the ground up.

2.       Apply sunscreen 20 minutes before you go outside to give the active ingredients a chance to be absorbed and get in place to do their things.

3.      If you have perspiring or swimming reapply water proof sunscreen every one and half hours.

4.       It is essential to be generous when applying sunscreen.

5.      All sunscreens should contain titanium dioxide, zinc oxide, or avobenzone to protect from UVA.

6.      Be careful if you are on any prescription medications: blood pressure medications, antibiotics, skin problem medications are just a few categories of drugs you preferably should not be taking if you are tanning or spending lots of time outdoors. These medications can affect the results of your tanning, making it more difficult to tan and you are more prone to burning.

 If you are just beginning to tan, remember to start out conservative. Whatever you do, you don’t want to burn- you cannot tan on top of a burn and you will have to start over. The old saying “I always burn first and then I tan” is completely false; it simply does not have to be this way. If you burn, your skin is telling you that it’s getting too much sun, and then you will peel. So start out with...... Read more... get your copy now

 
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