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Sukkar Mor in an Exceptional Second Screening upon Audiences' Demands in Sweden

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A Full-house Opening Screening at Malmo Arab Film Festival

Sukkar Mor in an Exceptional Second Screening upon Audiences' Demands in Sweden

Following a jam-packed screening as the festival Opener on October 3rd, Sukkar Mor has pulled in a second exceptional screening at Malmo Arab Film Festival (MAFF). The festival administration decided to showcase the film exceptionally for the second time tomorrow after the 3 hosting screens witnessed huge turnout simultaneously that several attendees missed the show.

The screening was attended by Ahmad Al Fishawy and Amina Khalil with director Hani Khalifa and writer Mohammed Abd Elmoaty. Sukkar Mor is an official selection at MAFF, a unique platform that aims at encouraging cultural exchange and understanding among Arab speaking citizens and ethnic groups residing in Sweden.

Over the course of five days, the festival screens 120 Arab feature films, documentaries and shorts, with a variety of panel discussions, workshops, classes and close encounters between the festival attendees and key international industry makers and auteurs.

Produced by Manz Pictures of Dr. Mohamed Manzour, Sukkar Mor is directed by Hani Khalifa and is written by Mohammed Abd Elmoaty. The film stars Ahmed Al Fishawy, Haitham Ahmed Zaki, Ayten Amer, Shery Adel, Nahed El Sebai, Amina Khalil, Nabil Issa, Karim Fahmy, Omar El Saeed, and Sarah Shahin. The crew also includes Director of Photography Ahmed Abdel Aziz, Film Editor Ahmed Hafez, Composer Moustapha El Halawany, Production Supervisor Ayman Naguib, Executive Producer Walid El Naggar, Set Designer Yehia Allam, and Stylist Khaled Azzam.

Sukkar Mor revolves around several characters witness unexpected dramatic changes due to certain incidents in their lives. Others remain the same unchanged no matter how difficult are the hardships they face. Some relationships may seem perfect on the surface, yet deep down this perfection may be the reason behind their failure. At the same time, some relations may seem impossible, but they last forever for illogical reasons. Five years of political and social turmoil reflected on the romantic attachments that were supposed to end happily ever after. Despite all odds, everyone still has hope for this New Year, because no one can really predict the future.

Time of Sukkar Mor's Second Screening at MAFF (GMT+2):
Monday October 5 at 04:00 PM in Cinema Spege ln, 4 PM SAL C