The Promise (2008)

Director
Mohamed Yasine

Main cast
????? ?????; Ruby; ???? ????; Basim Samra; Asser Yasine

Genres
Drama, Thriller, Romance, Foreign

Description
First production of Mahmoud Baraka through his company's pool of technical and production of film revolves around human error and why faulting Is motivated to error and also speaks of man you have the ability to tolerance for errors that condemn it as a stigma in their lives.


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