Egypt: Film about homosexuality irks censors

9 December 2013

Director Hany Fawzy’s ‘Family Secrets’, Egypt’s first film about homosexuality, has hit a sensitive nerve with censors in this Muslim country where the topic is taboo. The censors have objected to several scenes and want them deleted, said Fawzy, himself a well-known script writer taking his first turn at directing.


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