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Joe R on Ramadan Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Wlsd, one thing about that scene rubbed me off the wrong way: The progress of revealing Tamara to the audience at the end of the episode is pretty amazing, on the other hand.
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A close-up of Nadine el Rassi, a mature, alluring, beautiful Nadine el Rassi, signals the episode to finish. And in this series, she proves again why that is.
And we know that because of other indications, like the color-palette of the scene. And Mirva conveys all sides of her in this one episode with ease. Recently, though, that concept and its execution have been dwindling in our Lebanese series. She does not have a filter and says whatever there is on her mind.
Email required Address never made public. The central character of the series, Firas Shhab, was once in love with a woman,Tamara, who shared a different religious belief.
One of my favorite things about the pilot, though, is Mirva Kadi.
Such scene is performed incredibly by both parties, as they both project so much disappointment and so much anger at each other. Instead, it depends on Mirva to show them to us, a task she excels at.
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Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here For the time being, however, the series does not deal with that subject very subtly as it often interrupts its scenes with a mention of the matter, which becomes a bit redundant through the episode.
Recent Posts First Impression: He even has the exact goatee in both scenes which honestly makes no sense at all.
But raesi like these matter, and they downplay such an effective scene. What looks to be an honest glimpse at the Lebanese life. Notify me of new comments via email. The show does not throw that in our faces. Writers and directors are understanding the make-up of our society and comprehending the fact that there is a need for such make-up to be realistically portrayed on-screen if the series intends to reflect the Lebanese society genuinely.
She may not have the best voice — as she is not a singer in the first place — but she is capable of perpetuating so many emotions in that performance, those of the song to the audience watching. But no one did on Peter Balax.
In its first episode, the show centers around one necessary evil: The way it takes its time in uncovering each part of hers, while moving on to the other scenes, until it finally reveals her luminous face is so thrilling and so exciting.