A dark comedy about seven Saudi friends living in the U.S.
gather to enjoy an evening in Mosalma’s House during the last day of
'Ramadan,' the Holy month where Muslims fast. Mosalma has devised a plan
to poison her pregnant sister-in-law, Mariam, out of jealousy that she
is expecting a boy. She plots to do the deed under the cover of playing a
drinking game called, 'Never Have I Ever,' with Arabic coffee.
Hanaa Saleh Alfassi is a
passionate and prolific Filmmaker who currently creates and resides in
The City of Angels. From a very young age, she has been creatively
inclined, which ultimately led her down the path of becoming an
award-winning Writer and Director with over a decade of expertise.
Hanaa's culturally diverse Moroccan and Saudi background and her travels
to different countries has granted her a unique, well-rounded
perspective of life that is prevalent throughout many of her works.
Hanaa received her B.A. in Mass Communication & Media Studies from
Ain Shams University and her M.A. in Film & Media Production from
New York Film Academy, along with a certificate in filmmaking from the
Academy of Cinema Arts and Technology under the tutelage of the lauded
Egyptian writer and director Ra'afat Almihi. Additionally, Hanaa is
adept in Cinematography, where she works with 35mm, 16mm, and Digital
Red Cameras. As a Cinematographer, she has seen numerous waves of
success starting with a short YouTube film that surpassed a million
views. Hanaa then went on to produce a feature documentary that was
aired on the famous Middle-Eastern TV network, Aljazeera Documentary.
Since 2003 and over the years, she has had the pleasure of working with
reputable companies, including Warner Brothers Summer Records, MBC,
Vizyon, Luxury Events, KAUST, and a multitude of others. Furthermore,
two of her short films which were aired on the renowned MBC TV were
watched by millions of viewers.