Hany Abdallah Peter, a child whose life turns upside down after the death of his father and his mother's discovery of the huge debts they have to pay. He is forced to experience the huge gap between classes after moving from his old elite private school to a public one. Things get complicated for Hany after having to hide being a Christian surrendering to the assumptions of his classmates and teachers who didn't read his full name and mistook him for a Muslim.
Starring: Hany Adel, Kinda Alloush, Ahmed Dash
Written and Directed by: Amr Salama
Produced by: Film Clinic, The Producers
- Luxor European and Egyptian Film Festival
- Washington D.C. International Film Festival
- BFI London Film Festival
- Mizna Twin Cities Arab Film Festival
- Carnegie Mellon International "Faces" Film Festival at Carnegie Mellon University
- CMU International Film Festival at University of Pittsburgh
- Palm Springs International Film Festival, Keswick Film Festival
- Seattle International Film Festival
- ALFILM – Arab Film Festival Berlin
- Five awards at the Egyptian Catholic Center Cinema Festival: Best Film award (producers Mohamed Hefzy and Hany Osama); Best Director and Best Screenplay award (Amr Salama); Best Cinematography (Islam Abdel Samie); Artistic Creativity certificates (Ahmed Dash, Moaz Nabil, Abu Bakr Osama); Certificate of Appreciation (Film Clinic).
- Three awards at the Egyptian Cinema Film Association Festival: Best Poster Design, Khaled El Sergany Award, two Certificates of Appreciation for the acting prodigies Ahmed Dash and Moaz Nabil.
- Selected by the Global Film Initiative to be included in the Global Lens Film series in 2014, which included non-American films to be distributed by the New York-based Film Rise across North America.