Saudi nationals line up to watch ‘Death on the Nile’
(MENAFN) As multiple nations in between Arab countries like Lebanon and Kuwait implemented regulations to prohibit “Death on the Nile” movie which is starred by the Israeli actress Gal Gadot, Saudi Arabia nationals stand in line to watch the movie in their freshly opened, issued cinemas.
Gadot, who undertook obligatory Israeli Defence Forces military exercise, experienced many previous bans in the middle east, especially Arab countries, particularly the ones connected to Iran.
Other movies which were banned from the cinemas are “Wonder Woman,” “The Post,” and “Schindler’s List”.
Blogger Elie Fares stated when “The Post” was prohibited, “The fact of the matter is that if you have a problem with the content of a movie, the actor or actress leading it or anything pertaining to it. Simply don’t go watch it. Call for a boycott, but you sure as hell have no right in making sure no one else gets to watch it too.”
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