Syrian drama .. A hearty meal in Ramadan

Ali Abdel Rahman (Cairo)
From social issues to local events and family problems, through comedy, suspense and emotions, to historical facts, Syrian drama returns this year with an extraordinary superiority in quality and number of works with 20 series, an increase of 6 compared to the year passed. in light of the stability in the country and the return of filmmakers and authors after their emigration due to war conditions, in addition to marketing for screens and platforms, to contribute to providing a rich artistic Ramadan meal for Arab viewers.

Ambient levantin
Ramadan drama this year addresses the Levantine environment through 6 works, including the second part of the series “Al-Kandush”.
While the second part of the series “Haret Al-Qubba”, deals with the era of “Al-Sfarbarlik”, the Ottoman persecution of the Levant in the nineteenth century, and sheds light on the people of the old city and their suffering from poverty, hunger and deprivation of housing, written by Osama Kokash, directed by Rasha Sharbatji, and co-chaired by Abbas Al-Nuri, and sulafa architecture.
From the nineteenth century to the forties of the last century, the events of the second part of the series “Brokar” revolve around a French engineer who stole the idea of ​​producing the famous brocade fabrics in Syria, written by Samir Hazeem, directed. by Muhammad Zuhair Rajab, and with co-stars Jamal Qebash and Fadia Khattab.
“Bab Al-Hara” continues and discusses, in its 12th part, the conditions of the old Levantine neighborhood in the 1940s, written by Marwan Qaouk, directed by Muhammad Zuhair Rajab, and with the late co-stars Zuhair Ramadan and Salma Al-Masry. .
In the thirties, the series “Kori Aziza” deals with the biography of the performing artist who captivated hearts and was called the queen of the theater, and the fall in love of a French colonel with her and his attempt to control her to share. the same feeling, written by Khaldoun Qatlan, directed by Tamer Ishaq, and co-starring Salloum Haddad and Nisreen Tafesh.
Following his success on one of the digital platforms and positive feedback, the series “Wlad Al-Balad” is witnessing a satellite broadcast and addresses the conflicts between the same family in light of ancient customs and traditions, written by the duo Othman Juha. and Moayed Al-Nabulsi, directed by Ahmed Ibrahim, and co-stars Bassem Yakhour and Nazli Al-Rawas.

The comedy returns to the Syrian drama after a 3-year break with three works, the first until the 15th part of the series “Spot Light” and treats the problems of society in a cynical and funny way, written by Hazem Suleiman, directed by Majid. Al-Khatib, and co-stars Khaled Shabat and Shukran Murtaji.
Regarding the second work, “Hawazeek”, and due to financial difficulties, the family of “Umm Mutee” is forced to reopen the hotel it owned and follow the events with new guests, written by Ziad Sari, directed by Rashad Kokash , and with co-stars Wael Ramadan and Salma Al-Masry.
As for “The Three Musketeers”, he addresses the pain of Syrian families due to the economic situation and ways to overcome them satirically, written by Mahmoud Al-Jafouri, directed by Ali Al-Moadhin and co-owned Ajman. Zeidan and Abeer Shams El-Din.

Syrian drama this year is experiencing a joint production of two works with Lebanese drama, the first is the series “Shadow” and its events are brought in the context of human drama about the past and how it affects the future of people through stories from real life, through a talented fifty year old man in the field of fashion, who gained wide fame to him flock to women and he lived difficult conditions and problems from the past and is trying to solve them. written by Chef Reda Hamed and Mahmoud Idris, directed by Mahmoud Kamel, and co-star Jamal Suleiman and May Sahab.
And the events of the second part of the series “To Die” continue the fate of the two girls after they discovered their case in robbery and fraud against the rich class, written by Nadine Jaber, directed by Philip Asmar and Maguy Abu Ghosn. and Daniela Rahma.

historical drama
The series “Fateh Al-Andalus” sings in the historical drama, and deals with the story of Tariq bin Ziyad and the scenes of his conquests of Andalusia, written by Abu Al-Makarim Muhammad, directed by Muhammad Sami Al-Anzi, and starring Suhail Jubai and Robin Issa.

The suspense and emotion did not disappear from the Syrian drama this year and the Arab public attended 3 works, the first “Night Wolves”, which deals with the stories of the bandits and what they are exposed to and sheds light on their people. despite the crimes they commit, written by Hani Al-Saadi, directed by Sami Janadi, and starring Mehyar Khaddour, Rasha Ibrahim.
And the events of the second part of the series “An interview with Mr. Adam” continue, revealing the series of recurring crimes that his city underwent, scripted and directed by Fadi Selim, and co-star Ghassan Masoud and Rana Shmeis. as well as the series “If after a while”, trying to find out the causes of a murder. During a wedding, written by Fahd Marei, directed by Ammar Tamim, and with Rowad Alyo and Jenny Esper.

social drama
The social drama addresses many issues of interest to the Arab family through 5 works, including the series “Suspended”, in which Safa Sultan and Abbas Al-Nouri play together, while the series “For Love” addresses the problems of a family. , and with co-stars Dureid Lahham and Nadine Khouri.
How to overcome class differences is found in the series “Kser Adham”, with co-protagonists Fayez Kazak and Karis Bashar, while the series “Mama Inaya” discusses the role of the mother in maintaining the family despite the obstacles she faces, and together actors Maan Abdel Haq and Fadia, Khattab, and the series “Love Crisis”, deals with emotional relationships and with co-protagonists Muhamed Qanu` and Safa Raqmani.

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