Actress Amal Arafa revealed the details of her personality in her first collaboration with artist and writer Georges Khabbaz in the joint championship that brought them together in the series “Brando Al Sharq”, which was recently launched on the “Watch” platform, as part of an event held at Cinema Akil in Dubai.
The work is classified as a black comedy, and it is distinguished from tragedy in that it combines the funny and the crying, and it resembles our current reality, according to the artist Amal Arafa.
And Arafa adds: “In every new experience, I reset the counter to zero and forget everything that I presented during my career, and give it again, and the character of Salwa in the Brando Al Sharq series resembles me, as do all characters. A person always tries to overcome good over evil. She looks like me and always searches for the right thing, and I always do that when I carry the ladder crosswise, and I think I need treatment.”
The work includes a group of Lebanese and Syrian actors, including Amal Arafa, Camille Salameh, Jihad Saad, Zina Makki, Talal Al-Jurdi, Elie Mitri, Fouad Yammine, Laura Khabbaz, Mia Said, Aliko Dawood, Aline Ahmar, George Khabbaz, and with the participation of Cynthia Karam, Joseph Sassine, May Sahab, Ghassan Attia, Mohamed Shams, Maria Tannouri, and with guests of honor Abdel Moneim Amairi, Saeed Sarhan, Mohamed Aqil, Emile Shaheen.