Syrian cinema returns with an exciting movie.. Ayman Zeidan turns to charlatans in "Vic Up"


Syrian artist Ayman Zeidan said that "Vic Up", which is currently being filmed, will compete with cinematic works in the Arab world because it has sufficient tools for success, noting that the new film will be a gateway to the return of private sector cinema in his country, as it belongs to family comedy, and is based on A bunch of funny paradoxes.

Zidan added, "In the film, I embody the role of Salem, a wealthy company owner, who is striving to have a child, and for that he makes many attempts of polygamy and resorting to charlatans and charlatans."

The hero of the film explained: "Satirical events mixed with human situations left by his repeated visits to a shelter for the elderly, which makes the events an integrated series based on suspense and excitement."

“Vic Up” is the first private sector movie in years, and its organizers are counting on it as a first step on the road to restoring Syrian cinema to its former glory, with the participation of a number of drama stars in Syria.

Director Ahmed Ibrahim Ahmed considered that the return of Syrian cinema is necessary.

He added, "The work comes within the framework of our endeavor to restore splendor to Syrian cinema, and we will launch a work that brings to mind the mass cinema that Syria presented in the past, the good old days."

He continued, "There is no justification for the absence of Syrian cinema from the scene. Whoever owns a drama such as the Levantine drama spread throughout the Arab world, can simply own a competitive cinema that is not preceded by anyone."

For his part, the executive director of the producing company, Firas Al-Halabi, expressed his optimism that the film would constitute a qualitative leap in Syrian cinema, hoping that it would leave an imprint in the world of Arab cinema.

He added: "The film presents its events in a nice way and is close to the heart of the viewer. It also combines comedy and the human situation in a completely different way, and the followers will like it."

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