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Syrian writer Fouad Hamira accuses the makers of "Breaking a Bone" of stealing a "salty life"

Syrian writer Fouad Hamira accuses the makers of “Breaking a Bone” of stealing a “salty life”

Syrian scriptwriter Fouad Hamira sparked a wave of controversy on social networking sites after his statements that the series “Kasr A’adm” is a distorted version of his text, “A Salty Life”. As mentioned in his article.

Hamira returned and indicated in a video clip broadcast on his Facebook page what he called “intertextuality” between “a salty life” and “a broken bone”.

He added, “I do not want to steal someone else’s effort or impose myself, as I do not know the name of the young man who wrote the text (Break a Bone), because I do not follow the Syrian drama, but since the beginning of the work offer I received comments about the similarity between him and (Saline Life), so I started I’m following him up based on these comments.”

He pointed out that he tried to communicate with the director of the series, Rasha Sharbatji, but she did not respond to him, but returned and contacted him after he published statements about this issue on his Facebook page.

“Hayat Malha” was scheduled to be filmed in 2011, produced by “Clacet” and starring Jamal Suleiman and Tim Hassan, but work stopped due to the escalation of events in Syria.

Another attempt was made to carry out the work in 2013, to be directed by the late Hatem Ali, but it stopped again.


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