June 5, 2023

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لقطة من مسلسل "كسر عظم"- ("صفحة المخرجة رشا شربتجي" عبر "فيس بوك")

“Clockt”: Humira’s accusations of “breaking a bone” stolen by the masses

Production company “Clockt” was released by its owner, Yod al-Najjar, which deals with allegations that it stole Syrian playwright Fuad Hamira’s “A Salty Life” and the idea behind his work. Its metaphor in the “Kisser Phone” series.

In a statement released on Friday, April 15, the producer attributed Hamira’s allegations to the series’ “high audience in the Arab world and the world”.

Theft allegations were considered “a popular and visible way, with no purpose other than chaos and crime.”

The company will set aside only ten minutes to respond to the releases of Humira and others on Wednesday, April 20th.

read more: Writer Fouad Humira, to Palati: I intend to file a lawsuit in Egypt against the thieves of the “salt life”.

Humaira, on the other hand, said on her Facebook page today, “I am not looking for fame.

The text of the Hayat Malha series has been owned by Cliquet for ten years, and the text is owned by the company, which delayed its implementation by four years before talking about the project’s production. Stopped permanently.

Humaira noted in its latest release, “I obtained my financial rights in full from the company that sold the speech, and the company (Imad Tahyah) refused to allow Rasha Sharbatji to be the director, despite my insistence. The one who brought the bribe to do the work, my financial right has come, but I have my moral right, I can get it fully forgiven, someone from the company called and said, “We will benefit from your speech. I have to offer work, then I will be very happy.

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The writer described what happened to the director: “Rasha has shown this sacrifice and sold everything, and she has become accustomed to situations like this (from the wolf in the jungle).”

This year, during the Ramadan season of plays in Syria, Clockett presents a complex collection of social, political and security issues, lenses of director Rasha Sharbatji, filmed in Beirut as part of the “Kisser a Bon” series.