Friday, April 4, 2008

Jomanah Murad regrets “Feminine Moments”

Stars of the film “Lahthat Onutha” (Feminine Moments) are blaming each other for what has been dubbed a failure, after the film did poorly at the box office.

Syrian actress Jomanah Murad blamed the director Munis Al Shorbaji for omitting what she felt was an important scene. Jomanah also claims that he needlessly sexualized her appearance in one scene.

Jomanah said that she will never work with the director again.

Al Shorbaji said that he filmed Jomanah’s scenes only with her permission and certainly cannot force her to act against her will. The director adds that he was filming in front of a filming crew and cameras unlike a photograph where he would take it and go.

“Feminine Moments” is created by Hani Issa and directed by Munis Al Shorbaji. The film also stars Ola Ghanem, Jomanah Murad, Ibrahim Yusri, ‘Star Academy’ singer Mira, and opera singer Ajfan.

The film revolves around four female friends who were separated by their jobs and traveling, yet faith brings them back together to face their problems together.

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