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Free Trip to Egypt is a movie starring Katie Appeldorn, Jenna Day, and Ellen Decker. A feature length documentary film following one man's search for random Americans concerned about an Islamic threat and offering them a free trip...

Documentary, Drama, Adventure, Comedy
Ingrid Serban
Terry Decker, Katie Appeldorn, Jenna Day, Ellen Decker

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Genres Documentary, Drama, Adventure, Comedy
Director Ingrid Serban
Stars Terry Decker, Katie Appeldorn, Jenna Day, Ellen Decker
Country USA, Switzerland, Egypt
Runtime 1 h 38 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description Seeking to build a bridge of mutual understanding and friendship, a Canadian-Egyptian entrepreneur living in Switzerland decides to reach out to the very people who fear him. He travels across the United States to find Americans concerned about an Islamic threat and makes them an intriguing offer: a Free Trip to Egypt. The initial reactions range from disbelief to hostility, but eventually a diverse group from various backgrounds is selected, including: a teacher, a police officer, a Marine veteran, a single mom, a preacher and a beauty pageant queen. All have their preconceptions but are receptive and courageous enough to embark on the adventure of a lifetime. Soon enough, the band of travelers arrives in Egypt where the Americans are paired with local Egyptians just as diverse as they are. What happens when a retired school teacher and her husband are united with a young Egyptian revolutionary? Two photo journalists from different countries and experiences are placed together? A Christian missionary and a former Miss Kentucky from his congregation are joined with an orthodox Muslim family where the mother covers her face? The answers are provocative, surprising, funny, magical, emotional, revealing, enlightening and ultimately life-changing - in other words, all things human - in this profoundly original and inspirational feature-length documentary.

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Thursday, 27 Aug 2020 22:14

What would you do if you got to spend one of your most precious moments with a person who is your friend? Well, if you were to make a documentary, you'd probably have to go with the original premise. That is the attitude of filmmakers John Currie and Bethany Hamilton, who have made a documentary about the 2002 expedition to Egypt that included a lifetime friend of theirs, Ernest Hadley, a naturalist and biochemist who was one of the most controversial scientists in the world during the twentieth century. It was a trip that would have made some viewers consider abandoning their lives. Yet, it was a trip that many of us would have paid to go on if we had been lucky enough to be on the expedition. It is not often that a documentary can touch on so many aspects of life, and not only be relevant to a single era, but also to modern times. As I was watching this movie, I couldn't help thinking that I was watching the story of one of my best friends. The movie starts with the end of the expedition, and then we see Hadley, the expedition leader, travelling around in his small plane and discussing his experiences in Cairo and Egypt. We see him talk with the other expedition members, including the British expedition leader, Ian Stansfield, who is very nervous about what he will say. Eventually, we see the expedition members leaving for the flight. From that moment on, we are thrown into the lives of the people who were on the trip. The movie shows us the challenges that all the participants had to face, including the enormous challenges of trying to live off the land. Hadley is too concerned with looking after his animals and doing his job on the plane, and he spends the entire film trying to save them. In the end, we see Hadley on the plane looking down at the sand, waiting for his little pet, the hippopotamus, to leave. "Trip to Egypt" is a good movie about how the people living in this period were preparing for the arrival of the explorers. The documentary shows us how some of these people felt about what they had seen and experienced, and it also gives us an insight on the people who were going to the adventure. The movie ends on the plane as it is now, and we see the other people on the flight, including Stansfield and his wife. As Hadley sits down and tells them what he has learned, they are all silent, except for one who is particularly taken aback by the events that have occurred. The movie is a good story of life in the late twentieth century, and it is a story of how life is worth living.
Saturday, 18 Jul 2020 08:42

As someone who grew up on film and now lives in LA, I was particularly interested in this movie because of the film's location and cast. But it was also interesting to see how this movie really influenced my own life. This movie is very funny and informative, especially the part about the church with the rabbi and a few rabbis in it. There are a lot of factual and fictional details in this movie that can't be easily found on the internet or even on your local newsstand. I learned a lot about the different ethnicities and religions in Egypt and they are portrayed very well. As someone who grew up in LA, I've often heard the word "Arab" used to describe some of the Egyptians in my life. It's used as a derogatory term but it's not really accurate. It's just a description of how some people think of and view Egypt. My experience with Egypt is very different than what the movie depicts. I have always considered myself a Christian and I've never had a problem with or animosity toward Muslims or Christians. I know the people in the movie were not Egyptian but I've never really had a problem with the Muslims in my life. I think that the only people who have a problem with the Arabs are people who are not Arab. If you have ever been in Egypt, it is certainly not a foreign culture. It's not like going to Switzerland. In fact, the people in the movie are probably the most authentic Arab people I've ever met. I've never had a problem with Egyptians or Arabs. I love the people of my culture and it's important for people to know about my culture and that I'm not from the Middle East. I love the culture of Egypt and the culture of the people living in Egypt. I know the differences between these cultures very well. I've met Egyptian people in the United States and I've met people from all over the world. I've been in Egypt, Italy, and in Japan. Egypt has so many cultures and religions and people that aren't really recognized or not appreciated by the people of the world. In fact, some people think that it's a beautiful place but it's not. It's a very sad and sad situation because it's a beautiful culture. And if it were a beautiful culture, people wouldn't treat it the way they do. I think that this movie is really important and it's a great way to learn about cultures and their differences. There are a lot of movies that are entertaining and informative. I think that the best one is probably one that I think is better than any movie I've ever seen. "I'm in Love With a Church" is just a great movie. It's about religion and it's about love and it's about life. I highly recommend it.
Wednesday, 08 Jul 2020 02:25

As I watched the documentary, I was struck by the universal themes of the story of these black kids. That they were driven to their lives in life because of fear, poverty, and prejudice, and they felt more helpless and disenfranchised than any other minority in America. They had no idea what to do when the opportunity came to move to Egypt. They were desperate, and some of them had no idea what to do. They ended up in a charity shop, and that's when they learned that their main goal was not to be successful, but to be happy, and to do something for the poor and needy. It's hard to tell a story about people that aren't successful, and to make a good movie you have to do that. It's hard to make a movie about African-American communities, but it is possible to make a movie about the struggles of a group of black kids. And that's what "Planet of the Apes" is. It's a great film that shows the universal theme of being driven to be successful by fear, poverty, and prejudice, and the loss of innocence and confidence. It shows that African-American youth, especially African-American boys, are driven to succeed because of their pride and their sense of self-worth. It shows that the same racism that is directed at them as a result of their race, is directed at them as a result of their wealth. It shows that African-American youth have not just been discriminated against, but they have been discriminated against because of their color. It shows that the ability to be successful is more important than the ability to do well. And that the ability to do well is more important than being successful. It's a great film, and it's a film that should be shown to all the people that don't understand African-American culture.

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