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This 1930s Guide on how Women Should Act on a Date Will Blow your Mind

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Today, ladies and gents of the 21st century, I’ve gathered up a pretty interesting photo album that dates back to 1938. The album consists of a string of the most important dating advice that you’ll ever come across. Trust me, you will crack up when you dig through this abomination of an album. So, powder your nose and tighten up your corsets because gals, your men are gonna be wowed after you apply the following:

Yes, Susan. Don’t drink because it dumbs you down even more. Order coke, it’s safer. Nope, not the white kind.

Come’on, Susan! You know how fragile his masculinity must be, don’t push it! Men hate being touched.

I once talked to my date about a backpack that I’d just bought, and it surely didn’t end well…because of the backpack thing, of course. Now, I start conversations by asking about his car engine or about his testosterone levels.

Susan, I told you before! “Man” needs his mirror badly. “Man” hurts “neck” when “man” looks behind.

Notice how they wrote “Men” followed by “Girls” like being a “woman” wasn’t even a thing.

Sorry to be the one to break it down to you, Rosa but Ralph left you because you liked crossing your legs. Besides, you never laughed at his terrible jokes. And the gum thing at the diner was just too much for his grown ass to take.


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Basically, avoid anything that has a wiener. Let him speak on behalf of the both of you because f*ck common sense.

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The Egyptian Film ‘Photocopy” makes it to London

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The Egyptian Film “Photocopy” made it to London and is set to screen on the 13th of December, the movie was first premiered at the Gouna Film Festival and was awarded the Golden Star for Best Arabic Feature Narrative Film. 

The film is written by Haitham Dabbour, directed by Tamer Ashry and starred Mahmoud Hemeida, Sherine Reda, Farah Youssef, Aly Tayeb and Ahmed Dash, among others.

The plot revolves around an elder man who led a normal life as a data-entry typist in a governmental job and was never married. When he decides to retire early and opens a photocopy shop, his life takes a new turn and he manages to change the depressing reality of his lifestyle. 

Dabbour explains that the movie tackles issues that concern the elderly and thus opening new topics that were portrayed in the Egyptian cinema, he also added that it was challenging for him to try and maintain high artistic sides and still make it entertaining for the audience. But it’s fair to say that he successfully achieved that; seeing how the script got nominated for the Sawiris Cultural Awards, and it should be praised for he has been working on it since 2013. 

Hopefully the film can create more hits during its screening in London and generate more admiration not only to the script, but to the overall work of the crew that will reflect the Egyptian creativity in filmmaking. 

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Rami Malek, Egypt’s pride and joy!

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Rami Malek’s nomination for a Golden Globe, leaves us once again feeling proud! 

Rami Malek got nominated for a Golden Globe award as Best Actor in a Motion picture- Drama, for his role in this year’s hit, Bohemian Rhaosody, as Freddie Mercury. The movie is also nominated for the Best Motion Picture, but we all know who we will be rooting for during the awards, Rami Malek! The Egyptian heritage, who got to perform such an iconic role in a movie recommended by the whole world. 

Malek explained during an interview that in order for him to nail such a role, he actually watched Mercury’s original 1985 Live Aid performance more than 1.500 times! Talk about persistence ladies and gentlemen, can we be more any proud? 

He also added: “That’s something we tried to get move for move, even just gesture for gesture perfectly.

“It felt like I had it in my bones and I didn’t want to keep going back to it. It felt like sometimes you would lose a little bit of the authenticity if you tried to nail it so perfectly.” Rami Malek is nominated along with other outstanding celebrities, Bradley Cooper in A Star Is Born, Willem Dafoe in At Eternity’s Gate, Lucas Hedges in Boy Erased and John David Washington in BlacKkKlansman. But we hope to celebrate his win nonetheless, and soon! 

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El-Deif makes Egypt proud at the Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival

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El-Deif lands its first Award in the Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival

“El-Deif” a movie directed by Hadi Elbagoury and written by journalist Ibrahim Eissa, took part in the 22nd Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival in Estonia, making it the first and only Egyptian film to be participating in such a worldwide competition. The film didn’t only make it to a full house screening during the world premiere, but it was also granted the Public Award.

The film starred Khaled El Sawy, Shereen Reda and the uprising young faces, Ahamed Malek and Jamila Awad along with the guests of honor Maged El Kedwany and Mohamed Mamdouh. The plot revolves around a young man who goes to a family dinner and events escalate from there in an odd and unpredicted direction.

It’s important to highlight the fact that the festival is an A-rated one and it presents around 250 film and 300 short and animated movies, this is why such a participation and win is a huge deal and gives Egypt utter pride to be witnessing Egyptian movies making it to worldwide film festivals.

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