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Free Trip to Egypt is a movie starring Katie Appeldorn, Jenna Day, and Ellen Decker. A feature length documentary film following one man's search for random Americans concerned about an Islamic threat and offering them a free trip...

Genres
Drama, Documentary, Comedy, Adventure
Director
Ingrid Serban
Starring
Terry Decker, Ellen Decker, Katie Appeldorn, Jenna Day

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Product details

Genres Drama, Documentary, Comedy, Adventure
Director Ingrid Serban
Stars Terry Decker, Ellen Decker, Katie Appeldorn, Jenna Day
Country Switzerland, Egypt, USA
Runtime 1 h 38 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description Seeking to build a bridge of mutual understanding and friendship, a Canadian-Egyptian entrepreneur living in Switzerland decides to reach out to the very people who fear him. He travels across the United States to find Americans concerned about an Islamic threat and makes them an intriguing offer: a Free Trip to Egypt. The initial reactions range from disbelief to hostility, but eventually a diverse group from various backgrounds is selected, including: a teacher, a police officer, a Marine veteran, a single mom, a preacher and a beauty pageant queen. All have their preconceptions but are receptive and courageous enough to embark on the adventure of a lifetime. Soon enough, the band of travelers arrives in Egypt where the Americans are paired with local Egyptians just as diverse as they are. What happens when a retired school teacher and her husband are united with a young Egyptian revolutionary? Two photo journalists from different countries and experiences are placed together? A Christian missionary and a former Miss Kentucky from his congregation are joined with an orthodox Muslim family where the mother covers her face? The answers are provocative, surprising, funny, magical, emotional, revealing, enlightening and ultimately life-changing - in other words, all things human - in this profoundly original and inspirational feature-length documentary.

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Thursday, 02 Apr 2020 17:56

A very interesting film about how the fall of communism in Eastern Europe influenced the subsequent rise of a new type of totalitarian government. Most of the film focuses on Viktor Orbán, Hungary's Prime Minister and head of the Hungarian conservative party. Orbán is a very charismatic figure who uses religious fervor and his party to gain popularity among his people. However, his critics point out that he has little to no experience in governing and that he is using religion to consolidate his authority. He also is a man who has made an effort to build a massive government to accommodate his demands, but it has only resulted in a repressive state. After the fall of communism, the left wing party Fidesz began to gain popularity and many of Orbán's conservative followers are now looking to him to reform their country. This film focuses on a party conference in which the opposition to Orbán's policies are presented to the public, but Orbán has a different view of the matter. The conference is a disaster, with a large audience cheering his conservative views and a small audience booing them. The film also shows how people are being influenced by Orbán's policies, which is especially seen in the case of immigrants. People are often being told that their homes and businesses are being confiscated, and the audience is being told that they should just leave. In the end, people are being told that the government is not doing anything, but are being told that their personal lives are being affected. Overall, this film is very interesting. It is a very entertaining and entertaining film.
Tuesday, 24 Mar 2020 03:33

Harmony Korine is a director that is well known for his work in film. His first feature, Glass, was a hit at Sundance, which is a pretty good start. He made an effort to make more films in the future, and I'm excited to see what he's going to make next. This film, A Time to Kill, is one of the few films that I think is really well done. It has a lot of heart and some really funny moments, and it is one of the most moving films I've ever seen. Harmony Korine is a director that does his work with a unique style that keeps his audience engaged. His films are known for their simple message and his characters are really engaging and memorable. This film is a good example of that. His characters are fun and real. They are flawed but we can relate to them and feel what they are going through. They are all flawed but we feel for them. They are all flawed but we can relate to them and feel what they are going through. It is not that I don't care for these characters. I do. It is that the movie is just very well made. I think it is so well made that the characters are actually likable and actually entertaining. I don't know if that is possible, but it is hard to do that with a movie. Harmony Korine is a very talented director, and I think this film is going to be well received by audiences. It is also a very powerful film, and the film will stay with me for a long time. The music in the film is very good and memorable, and it is very easy to relate to the characters and their issues. It is also very interesting to see some of the faces behind the characters. It is almost like a documentary film, but it isn't a documentary. It is very good. It is also very important for films to tell a story. If you have a good story to tell, the audience is going to connect with it and feel connected. I think this film is a great example of that. I think the film is a great example of the power of a good story. I would recommend this film to anyone, and I am very glad I watched it. It is a really great film that is very well made. I think it is worth seeing.


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