Cairo Sept 13( SEE) The Journey by director Mohamed Al Daradji is going to screen at the NVIC – Netherlands-Flemish Institute in Cairo on Sunday, September 16 at 07:30 PM. The film will be shown at the institute’s headquarters at Dr. Mahmoud Azmy St., Zamalek. This marks the film’s third screening in Egypt after taking part in the Cairo Cinema Days and the Sharm El-Sheikh Film Festival, where it won the Special Jury Award.
It was Set in Baghdad in 2006. As Sara stands on the cusp of committing an unthinkable act, an unforeseen and awkward encounter gives her the opportunity to witness the potential consequences of her destructive action. But is this a second chance or an admission of guilt?
Directed by Mohamed Al Daradji, who co-wrote the film with Isabelle Stead, The Journey stars Zahraa Ghandour and Ameer Jbara. The film won the Jury Award and Best Actress Award at the Muscat International Film Festival, and the Special Jury Award at its Egyptian premiere at the Sharm El-Sheikh Film Festival, in addition to two awards; the Grand Prize of the Arab World Institute and the Best Actress Award to Zahraa Ghandour, at the Festival des Cinémas Arabes à Paris.