"Shabab Shabab"A Shabab Shyab feature film will be featured on Saudi Arabia on Thursday and will become the first film in the Gulf Cooperation Council to play in the country after the ban was lifted earlier this year.
Emirates UAE Abu Dhabi released the film in Riyadh, while the premiere will take place in the United Arab Emirates at Atlantis The Palm on November 17 with a full movie screening on November 22nd. Directed by Yasir al-Yasiri, the family-friendly film follows four elderly friends and includes leading Saad al-Faraj Gulf artists, Mary al-Halayan and Mansour al-Faily along with Syrian star Salloum Haddad, who lives in a home for the elderly.
When someone inherits a fortune, friends escape into a life changing adventure in Dubai, they are encouraged by their doctor and nurse, played by the stars of Kuwait Lila Abdullah and Fuad Ali.
Cheyab's young people describe family history, friendship and self-discovery related to the general, but will be particularly interested in the Gulf audiences – so it is very exciting to be the first regional film will be released in Saudi Arabia. "Arab entertainment reflects the best way of life in the region, with amazing crews from all over the Arab world, including the United Arab Emirates, Kuwait and Syria."
Saudi Arabia will open approximately 350 theaters with 2,500 screens by 2030 to serve a common 32 million consumers. The entertainment industry is expected to contribute $ 24 billion to the local economy and create 30,000 permanent jobs.
"Saudi Arabia has embarked on an ambitious vision for a commercially sustainable viable film industry and with 15 million consumers under the age of 25 is a major new market," said Ben Ross, head of the Nation Nation Abu Dhabi.
"There is a great demand for Arab entertainment between Saudi Arabia and the Gulf, so the opening of the country's first regional film is a landmark and outlines the bright future."