During the next few weeks, the cast and crew of "Al Morafaa" series, which tells the life story of the late Lebanese artist Suzanne Tamim, will start the official filming process.
The series will shed light on how the issue of power and money in Egypt coming together as a joint force for corruption, represented by businessman Hicham Talaat Mostafa who's accused of Suzanne's murder.
A press conference was held to discuss the details of "Al Morafaa" in the presence of major stars including Bassem Yakhour who will play "Hicham".
The weird thing was that Nadine Njeim, who is reportedly playing the role of Suzanne Tamim, did not attend the conference and this aroused suspicion especially that it's been rumored that she has not yet signed the contract for the series. However, the producing company denied the news putting an end to that speculation.
The characters in the series all have fake names which the author made up to avoid any objections from the family of Hicham Talaat or that of Suzanne Tamim's, but all the events and details are based on the actual events of Suzanne's life and her murder case.
"Al Morafaa" opens up in a court room during the statement of Hicham's lawyer, where it then goes to a flashback telling the nature of the relationship that was between the accused and the victim.
Guest-starring in the series is none other than Tony Khalife, who plays the role of reporter who is constantly trying to figure out the truth of the murder case.
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