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MOVIES REVIEW
 

Kal, Hidden Truths

One had to stand for an hour in line to get in to watch the premiere of Kal (Promise), an Amharic movie that was written and directed by Ejegayehu (Tsegi) Tesfaye.
 

The May 4, 2009, late afternoon was rather one of those hot and over-stuffed sunny times. Finding a convenient seat to be sure not to miss a thing in the movie was also a challenge.

 

The movie, whose production has taken two years, cost about 200,000 Br, and is the director’s first work, was up for show to a packed hall.

 
     

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Turning Maids into Wives

Yemehuroch Fiker (Intellectuals' Love), a new two-hour long satire comedy, happens to have attracted two edged of bi-annotations - the first set being the criticism springing mainly from the poor sound and play tempo quality, and the contrasting appreciation for revolving around an issue that seems trivial; while the second set is criticism on the political and social connotations of its theme.

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Yewendoch Guday II

Ketema, one of the characters played by Shewaferaw Desalegn in Yewendoch Guday II – a new Amharic movie       –is in a panic because of the likelihood of his wood workshop being shut down because of the affair one of his workers, Zerihun (represented by Zerihun Asmamaw), has with the daughter of the man who rented the workshop to Ketema.

     

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