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Tensions rise during the 20th anniversary of an infamous moment in Abbudin history. Who will get caught in the chaos?
ohvaI have tons of friends. They're just all online.
Jul 15 14 9:23 AM
Fares Fares Bio, FX ’Tyrant’ website
Fares plays Fauzi Nadal a freedom-fighting reporter and childhood friend of the lead character, Bassam “Barry” Al Fayeed.
Fares Fares first caught the attention of American audiences after starring in Daniel Espinosa’s Swedish crime thriller, Snabba Cash (Easy Money), which recently became the highest grossing Swedish film ever made. Fares also starred in the sequel, Snabba Cash 2 (Easy Money 2), for which he received a Guldbagge Award nomination (Swedish equivalent of the Academy Award) for Best Supporting Actor.
In 2012, Fares starred in the Universal thriller Safe House, opposite Denzel Washington and Ryan Reynolds and directed by Daniel Espinosa. He then starred opposite Jessica Chastain and Jason Clarke in the Award-winning Sony feature film Zero Dark Thirty, written by Mark Boal and directed by Kathryn Bigelow.
In 2013, Fares was hand-picked by director Cary Fukunaga to star opposite Haley Bennett in a short film produced by the luxury brand Maiyet. He recently wrapped shooting a starring role opposite Nikolaj Lie Kaas in the Danish film, The Absent Ones, the second film in the successful trilogy, following The Keeper of Lost Causes, released in Europe last year, in which he also starred.
In film, Fares can next be seen opposite Tom Hardy, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Joel Kinnaman, Noomi Rapace and Gary Oldman in director Daniel Espinosa’s Child 44.
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purpleshadow wrote:Episode 3 or Welcome home Bassan, you've been too long away from home, somethings have never changed.
I feel so sorry for Molly and kids, they are so not prepared for the life there. Especially son. He is going to end up in big, big trouble, if not even worse.I feel sorry for the kids. Molly is old enough to be educated on what is happening in this region of the world. She may not know cultural customs, but she should have done some homework before insisting that Bassam and the family return. I do feel sorry for the son - he has no clue how his actions will be perceived.
Leila is such a snake. And she loves power too. But does she love power more than Bassan?I go back and forth on Leila. On one hand, I think she's a power hungry snake. One the other hand, I wonder if she is just trying to carve out a place for herself in an environment where women traditionally have no power? I feel like she doesn't want Bassam there because of 1. whatever happened in their past and 2. Bassam's return prevents her from taking on the role she thinks of as "hers". By that, I mean that in her mind, she and Bassam are not competing for the same role. She thinks she already has that role and Bassam would take it away from her.
It's amazing to me how easily Jamal is willing to do what Bassan says. Is he so insecure or he is just trying give his brother the feeling of belonging and importance.
I think Jamal sees Bassam as a counter-balance to General Tariq. Having Bassam represent the opposite extreme allows Jamal to take the middle road, without fully disagreeing with or alienating either of them. It's smart politics and I think Jamal plays the game much better than I initially gave him credit for. Plus, I think he's also going along with Bassam right now as part of a "campaign" to convince Bassam to stay. As in "see? you make a difference, you HAVE to stay"
But man Bassan has some dark and danger inside him. He is more like Khaled than Jamal will ever going to be, no matter how much time he had spent sitting next to his legs. And Bassan knows how to play the game: pet them with one hand (release of the political prisoners) but at the same time make a point and roll them up tight with the other hand (hanging).
I wonder, where will Bassan make friends and where enemies..
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They look after us in turkey #tyrant
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http://variety.com/2014/biz/global/israeli-palestinian-fighting-puts-entertainment-biz-on-edge-1201262197/Raff also created “Tyrant,”
the freshman Middle East-set drama currently airing on FX from Fox 21,
FX Productions, Keshet and Teakwood Lane Productions. Fox 21 recently
released a statement saying that the show has temporarily relocated
production from Israel to Turkey for safety reasons. Production on the
show’s remaining two episodes was scheduled to wrap on July 28, but that
date will likely change.
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Just did some #tyrant press for Bulgaria, China, Turkey, the UK and Greece in this beautiful location !! Can't believe the show is going to be seen in all these countries.. Ho and betetothedizubs it's Tyrant Tuesday !! #Istanbul
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