Beta Version

Harag W' Marag

Director: Nadine Khan
Highlights Highlights Highlights
The film brings together young actors Mohamed Farrag, Ayten Amer, and Ramsi Lehner.
Football and playstation games control relationships.
Harag W' Marag Poster
2012/ Egypt87 min/ Fantasy, Social, Drama
A social drama, the film is the story of lost love in a controversial setting; Zaki, Mounir and Manal are in their twenties, and living in a confined community where basic needs are met yet chaos and disorder brew. The two boys are in love with the same girl who finds herself the subject of a bet for a football match between them, the winner marries Manal. This story reflects a football and play-station youth and how they deal with their emotions in a community that is increasingly closed off and isolated.
Ayten Amer
Mohamed Farag
Ramsi Lehner
Hani EL Metenawy
Osama Attia
Screenwriter: Nadine Khan
Mohamed Nasser
DOP: Abdelsalam Moussa
Editor: Dina Farouk
play icon
Production Company(ies)
WIKA Production and Distribution
Mohamed El Tohami
Dina Farouk
Racha Najdi
film festivals
film festivals World premiere at the Dubai International Film Festival, UAE
film awards
film awards Grand Jury Prize at the Dubai International Film Festival
Grand Prize at the Wahran Festival for Arab Films
Golden Dagger Award for Best Film at the Muscat Film Festival
Three awards at the 62nd Egyptian Catholic Center Cinema Festival: Best Film, Best Screenplay and Best Editing
Sami El-Salamoni Award for Innovation and Creativity from the Egyptian Film Association Festival
“A gently subversive metaphor for the current state of the country and while it wears its heart well and truly on its filmic sleeve its strong performances and unusual backdrop set it apart from other recent Egyptian film output.” ScreenDaily - Mark Adams

“With an edgy, modern style, Nadine Khan offers a pleasurably unexpected view of Egyptian society as a closed circuit world.” The Hollywood Reporter - Deborah Young

“Aptly billed as a "social fantasy," Nadine Khan's debut, "Chaos, Disorder," reps an intriguing vision of a community cut off from the outside world and controlled via irregular truckloads of necessities.” Variety - Jay Weissberg