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Cinema tells the story of the Saudi people on the National Day
Published in Saudi Press Agency on 20 - 09 - 2018

In a story that tells the journey of the people of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to build their land, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, a land rich in natural and cultural diversity. The first Saudi film "Jood", telling the story of the people of Saudi Arabia from the beginning to our present day, will be shown free in cinemas during the National Day .
This artistic film, which documents the civil development witnessed after the discovery of oil, was filmed in 16 cities, relying mainly on beautiful images and authentic music, harmonized with life itself to take the audience on a contemplative journey through an old Arab narrative style.
The General Commission for Audiovisual Media said in a press statement that the film produced by King Abdulaziz Center for World Culture (Ithra), will give the audience an opportunity to enjoy the details of the daily life and the construction process that the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has gone through until we reached this advanced level, adding that it is the first Saudi film to be screened in cinemas since it was opened in April.
It's noteworthy that the age classification is (PG) where it is recommended to have parents with children under the age of 12 years to answer their questions.

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