Sharmoofers alongside the Film Stars
The Producers Releases the Music Video of Five, Six, Hepta
Within the celebrations of Eid Al Fitr, The Producers released a new music video entitled Five, Six, Hepta which tells the four stories of Hepta: The Last Lecture from a different perspective.
This comes after Hepta: The Last Lecture has become the highest-grossing romantic film in the history of Egyptian cinema as the film's revenues increase to hit more than 26 million EGP., since its release in Egyptian theaters. The film is planned to continue its theatrical run in theatre within summer.
MAD Solutions handled the marketing and advertising for the music video which was shot in one of the sound studios with all the film stars alongside Sharmoofers band as the two sides are introducing the four love stories of the film from a different perspective.
Few days ago, a teaser trailer was released where star Mohamed Farrag visits the Sharmoofers in their home to watch Hepta: The Last Lecture as Farrag is in the leading role. Suddenly, they discover that Farrag's role has been reduced in the editing phase and has been replaced by Amr Youssef, Ahmed Dawood and Ahmed Malek. Then, they decide to revenge by a new song.
Hepta: The Last Lecture'sscreenplay is based on Mohamed Sadek's best-selling book, which portrays the seven stages of love through four paralleled stories. The adaptation has been scripted by Wael Hamdy and directed by Hadi El Bagoury.
The film cast list includes: Amr Youssef, Maged El Kedwany, Ahmed Malek, Ahmed Dawood, Dina El Sherbiny, Yasmine Raeis, Jamila Awad, Hany Adel, Ahmed Bedeir, together with Salwa Mohamed Aly, Kinda Alloush, Anoushka, Mohamed Farrag, and Nelly Karim, along with Shereen Reda and the two kids, Abdallah Azmi and Lina Ben Haman.
Hepta: The Last Lecture has been released through a number of Arab countries including; in UAE, Qatar, Bahrain, Jordan and Oman theatres on Thursday, the 12th of May. The film is also set to be released across other Arab countries, which will be revealed soon.
The film received a wave of wide acclaim among social media platforms, as several filmmakers, public figures and film stars expressed their admiration on their Facebook accounts and pages. Since its release, theatres raised the "full house" sign, which led to the expansion of the film screening to other additional screening halls. As a result, there were nine additional screening venues added to the list of theatres in Cairo and further Egyptian governorates.