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Excuse My French
Genre: Comedy
Director(s): Amr Salama
Release Date: 22 January 2014
Movie rating: 7.7
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What is the movie Excuse My French about?
Hany AbdAllah is a Christian boy belonging to the upper middle class. Both he and his recently widowed mother face a lot of troubles seeing as they inherit nothing but debt. After his father’s death Hany is transferred to a public boys-only school. He has to get accustomed to a completely different environment, seeing as he used to attend an international private school, where everything was different. His problems begin from the very first day at school – Hany is forced either to mingle in the new society or to be treated as an outcast. Due to the fact that Hany has a completely different background, it is hard and almost impossible for him to fit in. He makes endless attempts to become a part of this society, but all his efforts go in vain and he fails. Eventually he becomes an outcast and even hides his true religion in order to prevent himself from being alienated for the second time. The public school serves as a bright example of life in miniature – you either fit in or you become an outcast.
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Kerstin Maynor @ 27-Jul-2014 11:40 Report a spam

Without going through details, Salama's latest film is ambitiously brave and honest and exhibits how two classes in the same country could be extremely dissimilar. Rather than showing how artistic Salama is, he simply crafts it in a pretty sarcastic way. The film's clichés can be noticed if we pay attention to details, the film's progression is deeply fast rather than slow. Salama also fails to exhibiting how innocent the main character is. He delivers a film featuring a huge amount of jokes with some mediocre melodramatic scenes that are forgivable. The script is unfortunately thoughtless like it's previous film "Asmaa". So in a conclusion I would suggest Salama to focus deeply into developing the characters with constructing a complex script rather than being sarcastic with uninteresting jokes.

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