Ibn el-Qunsul

(2010)

Overview

The role of the story is about the famous counterfeiter known as Consul, for his ability to forge high-passports and visas and reflects the role Khaled Saleh. But it is in the grip of the police and the prison is trying to fake a young man (embodied by Ahmed El Sakka) to cheat him using a girl "Ghada Adel" called the night she's a girl, so I called the consul because he is trying to convince the consul that his son.

  1. Amr Arafa

    Director

  2. Ayman Bahgat Amar

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Ghada Adel

    Ghada Adel

    بوسى

  2. Ahmed El Sakka

    Ahmed El Sakka

    عصام / ناصر السماك

  3. Khaled Saleh

    Khaled Saleh

    عادل القنصل

  4. Magdy Kamel

    Magdy Kamel

    ضيف شرف : الضابط / صديق ناصر

  5. Khaled Sarhan

    Khaled Sarhan

    أحد أفراد الجماعة / صديق ناصر

Full Cast & Crew

Ibn el-Qunsul
Ibn el-Qunsul

Facts

Original Title ابن القنصل

Status Released

Release Information

  • November 12, 2010
    PG-13
    Theatrical

    Meaning

Original Language Arabic

Runtime 1h 59m

Budget -

Revenue $2,821,760.00

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