Kovsar bin Haniya's previous film Beauty and the Dogs (originally called Beauty and the Dogs) was shortlisted for the 2017 Cannes Film Festival and later made its second smaller feature film, but it was just as ambitious in 2020. Venice Film Festival. Ben Haniya presents socio-political issues in generally accepted formats. In this film, he addresses a problem that in recent years has caused a lot of controversy, both politically and socially and, of course, morally: the refugee crisis, as well as the principles and foundations of human rights.
It must be admitted that the presence of Monica Balochi in a supporting role, with a different appearance and blond hair, is a heavy burden for the success of this film at the box office. Apart from Monica Bellucci, the name of the film's chief cinematographer, Christopher Aoun will not be ineffective in attracting audiences. Previously, the filmmakers praised Aoun for filming in Capharnaum. In 2019, the Lebanese film Capernaum was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film. However, in a recent video in which Bin Hae also showcases his art, creating dramatic images.
In The Man Who Sold His Skin, a non-professional and aspiring actor named Yahya Moheini plays the brilliant role of a handsome young man named Sam Ali, for which he won the Best Actor Award in the Horizons section of the Venice Film Festival. ... Sam is from Raqqa, Syria, and a childlike flash of light shines in his eyes, indicating his ardent love for a girl named Abir, played by De Liane. The story of their failed love is told in one of the first scenes of the film on the train. Ben Haniya is very good at writing this scene wisely and with the least amount of exaggeration. His efforts and the art of photography AunThis scene made the performance dynamic and rewarding. Aoun uses the cramped and crowded space of the carriage as a metaphor to depict the desire of two lovers to join each other. But conditions and society keep the lovers apart from each other, and Aoun, with all his artistry, portrays the obstacles inside the van and the crowd of passengers as their symbol.
Sam's impossible and irrational love and the overwhelming power of emotion he experiences in this train scene are the source of everything that follows. His sense of interest in Aber leads him to make difficult decisions. A year later, he survived a prison break as well as a flight to Lebanon. But these events were not properly thought out and covered in the film. However, after these events, Sam meets an American-European artist named Jeffrey Godfrey. The role of Jeffrey is played by Finnish actor Quinn De Bo, which does not seem to be a very good choice. Jeffrey has an assistant who is very responsible with questions. This assistant, Soraya, is played by Monica Balochi. In the film, Jeffrey is presented as the most valuable living artist in the entire world! He has a satanic god-like image of himself, and in conveying concepts he considers himself omniscient. Using makeup such as eyeliner and black nail polish, she paints a design that she believes is a sign of innovation and at the same time her own dark heart; This design also shows that besides the concept and meaning, the form and method of presenting art also have a special meaning to it. How "The Man Who Sold His Skin" refers to the illusion that Geoffrey is to Sam to suggest that he wants to sign a Syrian for tattoo projects doing big visas; A visa that, although nothing more thanИсточник: 10ex.org