El Asleyeen movie review

Egypt Today 02 July 2017

El Asleyeen (The Natives) is an Egyptian drama, mystery and thriller movie released on the eve of Eid al-Fitr, starring Egyptian superstars Meged El Kedwany, Menna Shalaby, Kahled el Sawy, Kenda Alloush, Mohamed Mamdouh, Ahmed Fahmy, and new stars such as Layla Fawzy and Khaled El Zahaby.

Directed and written by Marwan Hamed and Ahmed Mourad, and produced by Red Star and New Century. The Natives discusses the genetic print and how it is used to spy on people through an organization called the originals.

The movie is extremely good, however not everyone will understand it due to the extreme use of art. Moviemakers and the artists will mainly appreciate that movie, but the simple viewer might end up confused and he might not understand the movie. Hence if you are looking for an artistic thriller, this is the movie to watch. If you were not exposed to movies that uses many different camera movements this movie could be difficult to understand. The director uses several techniques to create the movie, which all seemed to successfully serve his purpose. Chief among them are storyline, acting, language, script, settings, color, and camera movement.