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8 Assassins is a modern day fairy tale that follows the journey of Amir, an anti-social thief, who makes a living by robbing banks. Following one bank robbery gone horribly wrong, Amir steals his associates' loot and flees to the desert, where he takes refuge in the remote village of the tyrannical Sharkan where to his dismay he's shunned and immediately sent to the jails of Sharkan's Kasbah. It's here, where he meets the wise and cunning Shahin, head of the oldest and most prestigious desert tribes. This strange encounter in the middle of nowhere between Amir - the outlaw with no virtue nor hopes of aspiring to be anything but a criminal - and the revered tribal head Shahin, change both of their lives forever, revealing the true heroic nature hibernating within Amir that's unleashed with a vengeance in the climactic and explosive ending!

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    10/23/14 ,via Hollywood Reporter

    Though this rogue will soon enough encounter a beauty he takes to calling "Princess," (Sarah Kazemy), the plot is less Star Wars than Western/samurai in nature: Amir has stumbled into a community held hostage by a nasty dude (Affif Ben Badra) who has 

  • First-Ever Moroccan Film to Screen at Marrakech's Jemaa el Fna Square

    12/04/13 ,via Variety

    Another key role is performed by Moroccan actor Afif Ben Badra who has played in pics such as “10,000 BC” and “Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows”. French-Iranian actress Sarah Kazemy (“Circumstance”) also stars in the film. Lensed in 2010, the $2 



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