Rotana sets spy pic

Jaafar, Ali
July 2008
Variety;7/14/2008, Vol. 411 Issue 8, p8
Trade Publication
The article discusses the film production of the novel "Man of the Impossible" by Egyptian writer Nabil Farouk that describes the adventures of the Egyptian superspy Adham Sabri. Produced by Saudi billionaire Prince Waleed Bin Talal's Rotana Films, the production will be overseen by Rotana chief producer Frederic Sichler.


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