The trailer for the upcoming Saudi movie Alkhallat+ has finally been released. The movie is directed by Fahad Alammari and produced by Telfaz11 studios, the same production company behind the original series. It pays homage to the AlKhallat digital series, which was a massive success. It amassed over 1.5 billion views in its 22-episode run on different platforms. The film will be premiering on Netflix.
With an exciting new story of betrayal and trickery, the dark comedy is set to recapture the audience again. The series’ lead cast is Mohammed Aldokhei, Ibraheem Alkhairallah, Abdulaziz Alshehri, Ibrahem Al Hajjaj, Sohayb Godus, Fahad Albutairi, Ziyad Alamri, and Ismail Al Hassan.
The movie’s language is Arabic, with a total runtime of approximately 118 minutes.
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The official Netflix description of the series reads as follows:
These four tales explore trickery and deception, from tire thieves crashing a wedding to a man’s frantic attempt to bury a secret for a deceased friend.
The minute-long trailer of the movie opens with a man performing the daily activities of his life but soon, the scene shifts to a dramatic score which indicates danger. Further into the trailer, we see multiple characters getting themselves into complicated situations, and they seem to have no way out of it. The characters in the movie are seen in traditional Arabic outfits, which will give the audience a closer look at their culture and customs.
The plot of the series surrounds four stories about different people in different situations, but they are connected one way or the other in the unlikeliest places. Relationships are tested to determine if they can withstand the storm coming their way. The movie’s story is similar to the series in the genre, but it adopts a completely different and original plotline. The expectations from the movie are high, and fans from all over the world are excited about it.
On December 5, 2022, Netflix celebrated the world premiere of its first Saudi film at the Red Sea International Film Festival. Around 1000 attendees were present at the Gala Theatre. History is being created through the film’s premiere, and Netflix promises to bring forward more diverse content worldwide.
Watch the Trailer of AlKhallat+
AlKhallat+ is set to premiere on January 19, 2023, on Netflix across 190 countries.
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