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Saudi prominent actor criticizes “Netflix” over “homosexuality” show

The screening of the Italian film, the Arabic original, the version “Friends and My Dearest,” elicited a variety of reactions. The current debate has not and will not be resolved.

Nasser Al-Qasabi, a Saudi actor, delivered a blistering critique of Mona Zaki’s controversial film “Friends and Dearest,” denouncing its content that promotes homosexuality.

He also stressed that human instinct is under attack and that it has to be inoculated against such ideas.

Al-Qasabi stated of the picture that he is good in his dialogues and direction, but that he (and he takes precedence) puts homosexuality on a remarkable axis, and that its producers realize that this will be interesting and marketable.

He believes that the Netflix platform is rotten, particularly in its acceptance of homosexuality, and that “our human essence is challenged.” As a result, it must be protected from these concepts.

The film “Friends and Dearest,” which stars Mona Zaki, Iyad Nassar, Nadine Labaki, and Adel Karam, is the Arabic adaptation of the well-known Italian film Perfect Strangers.

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