Showing posts from September, 2015

The Fisherman

The wonders of the sea are not necessarily under water; in his boat, one can see the seven wonders...
He moves from darkness to light with the sharpest of sights. He passes the strongest of obstacles with endless will. He catches "kheir", what he calls his fish, from a sea as deep as a demon’s eyes.

In the silent emptiness his reverberations draw hope. It may be his hobby, or just his source of living, but this poor man gives life, rich with health, to many. He lives between two blues, but never does he give up until he reaches the light of the open seas. 
A part of "Egypt, the Good Land" project
Written by: Mariam Saleh
Photography by: Mahmoud Gamal El-Din
Full photoset found here

Imbaba Bridge

Standing tall since 1912, Imbaba Bridge is one of the many underrated landmarks of Cairo. Designed in a time so different from today, this bridge has seen good and bad times more than any of us saw.For more than a century this age-defying bridge has carried trains, cars, pedestrians, and carts passing overtheNilebetween CairoandGiza.

The metal railway bridge that was given a royal design was constructed by the BelgianBaume&Marpent. It mainly carries trains heading south to Upper Egypt, taking many residents back to their hometowns. But it also has lanes for cars and pedestrians.

Having a unique artistic style, Imbaba Bridge became one of the most popular cinema and photography locations. Different films, music videos, commercials and posters were shot there since early 1960s.
So too in reality, the Bridge was witness to cinematic events. During the 1919 Revolution trains were blocked from passing over the Bridge by "Anaber" workers as part of the civil disobedience movement…

We’re the Millers: nothing too big, but laughter guaranteed

Jennifer Aniston together with Jason Sudeikis star in this comedy that promises to keep you laughing from the start to the very end.
We're the Millers is the story of David Clark (Sudeikis), a pot dealer who after getting robbed, is forced to do illegal drug smuggling by bringing a shipment in from Mexico. David gets the idea of making up a fake family to go together on the trip in order to ease up security searching procedures. Rose O'Reilly (Aniston) is David's neighbor who works as a stripper and has become sick of her job. Together with David, a young nerd and a runaway girl they make up the fake family and go on a trip to Mexico. During the trip many things don't go as planned and the “family” faces the risk of dying or getting caught. It's their creativity in lying to get out of this kind of situations that makes this movie hilarious.
We're the Millers is a funny and enjoyable movie with a strong storyline that is full of action. Even though it is written b…