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Actress Sherine Reda revealed the details of her cooperation with Dina El-Sherbiny in the story “Even after a while” from the series “It Really Happened”, which is scheduled to be shown soon, confirming that they are two friends and did not hesitate to cooperate with each other.
In her interview with ET in Arabic, she said: “It is not the first time I cooperate with Dina El-Sherbiny. Before that, we made a movie called (A Lie Every Day), and why are people surprised? We have been friends for a long time, and this is a good opportunity for us to work with each other again.”
And she continued: “I did not hesitate, not a second, and when they told me Dina El-Sherbiny, I said, of course, because we do not have a chance to meet each other in life, because each one is busy and we sit together in the same caravan and we change and do makeup together, and when they offered me to represent on my own an independent story in a series that really happened, I refused. And I loved being with Dina.”
Sherine Reda also touched on the details of the story, “Even after a while,” saying: “Dina and I will be sisters in the series, which revolves around real stories from files of psychiatrists, and the stories are terrifying, and I do not know when it will be exposed, but it will be soon and outside the Ramadan season, and we are filming the last episode and we will finish the part.” The first is because the work has more than one part.
And about her opinion on preventing the screening of the movie “Cairo Makkah” by Mona Zaki at the Red Sea Film Festival, her relationship with the artist Dina El-Sherbiny and the scenes of their work together in a story, even after a while, and the fact that she is running the next Ramadan race, and she said: “I do not want to fault anyone.”
And she added: “We are making art, and the hardliners do not think that they have an invitation to us, because films are forbidden, so why do they watch them?
It is scheduled that the film Cairo, Makkah will be shown in Egyptian theaters at the end of this year, as its showing was postponed until the end of the discussion on the censorship notes.