Al Hayba - Al Hayba

Al Hayba
Genre Drama
Dicipta oleh
  • Saudara Sabbah
  • Pengeluaran Seni Cedars
Dibangunkan oleh Samer Barqawi
Ditulis oleh
  • Hozan Akko
  • Basem Al Salka
Dibintangi
Negara asal Lubnan - Syria
Bahasa asli Bahasa Arab (standard Lebanon, Baalbeki Lebanon, dan dialek Syria)
No. musim 4
Jumlah episod 120 ( senarai episod )
Pengeluaran
Penerbit eksekutif Ali dan Sadek Sabbah
Penerbit Saudara Sabbah
Lokasi pengeluaran Perkampungan Lubnan berhampiran Gunung Lubnan
Masa berjalan 45 minit
Lepaskan
Rangkaian asal MBC dan MTV Lebanon
Pelepasan asal 27 Mei 2017 - sekarang (2017-05-27)
Pautan luaran
Laman web

Al Hayba ( Arab : الهيبة ) adalah siri televisyen drama Syria-Lubnan yang diarahkan oleh Samer Barqawi dan dibintangi oleh Taim Hasan , Nadine Nassib Njeim pada Musim 1. [1] Siri ini pertama kali disiarkan di Pusat Penyiaran Timur Tengah (MBC) ke Arab dunia pada 27 Mei 2017. Sebagai siri Arab Arab, drama ini dilancarkan pada bulan Ramadan. Musim 2 dilancarkan di MBC pada bulan Mei 2018. Netflix menjemput musim 1 dan menyediakan sari kata Bahasa Inggeris, Cina, Ibrani, Perancis, Sepanyol, Turki dan Yunani.

Siri ini terletak di sebuah desa fiksyen Lebanon "Al Hayba" di dekat perbatasan Lebanon-Syria, dan berpusat di sekitar klan "Sheikh Al Jabal" Lebanon yang terkenal.

Plot

The story follows members of a fictional Lebanese clan, Sheikh Al Jabal, near the Syrian border. The family is part of a larger tribe that has an ongoing historic feud with the Lebanese Al Said clan in the village of Al Hayba. The two families constantly struggle against one another, along with internal strife. The series is in Lebanese standard dialect, Lebanese Baalbek dialect, and the Syrian dialect of Arabic.

Cast

The cast includes a number of well known and novice Lebanese and Syrian actors and actresses.

Character Actor Actor's name in Arabic script Actor's country of origin
Jabal Taim Hasan تيم حسن Syria
Alia (Season 1) Nadine Nassib Njeim نادين نسيب نجيم Lebanon
Nour Rahma (Season 3) Cyrine Abdelnour سيرين عبد النور Lebanon
Nahed Imran Muna Wassef منى واصف Syria
Sakher Oweiss Mkhallalati أويس مخللاتي Syria
Chahine Abdo Chahine عبدو شاهين Lebanon
Mona Rozina Lazkani روزينا لاذقاني Syria
Ali (Season 3) Said Serhan سعيد سرحان Lebanon
Al Shayeb Mohamad Akil محمد عقيل Lebanon
Majdi Michael Hourani ميشال حوراني Lebanon
Dr. Ghada Carla Boutros كارلا بطرس Lebanon
Em Chahine (Chahine's Mother) Kitam Alaham ختام اللحام Lebanon
Rima Zeinab Hind Khadra زينب هند خضرة Lebanon
Em Ali Layla Qamri ليلى قمري Lebanon
Maternal Uncle of Jabal (Nahed's Brother) Najah Safkouni نجاح سفكوني Syria
Ghazi (Jabal's paternal uncle, & father of Chahine) Khalid Alsayed خالد السيد Lebanon
Essa "the attorney" Patrick باتريك Lebanon
Maryam (Season 2) Valerie Abou Chacra فاليري أبو شقرا Lebanon

Criticism

Regional stereotypes

In 2018, a lawsuit was filed against the show, alleging that it promoted stereotypes of Baalbek as criminal, including widespread drug use and violence.[2] In response, Cedars Art Production referenced the show's disclaimer that all details are fictional. Viewers have linked the show's fictional setting to Baalbeck due to proximity to the Syrian border, use of regional dialect,[3] and history of familial conflicts.[2]

Representations of women and domestic violence

Lead actress Nadine Nassib Njeim turned down the season 2 contract due to lack of her role's prominence and described the show as a predominantly male story.[4]

Critics claim that an episode in which actor Taim Hasan's character beats his wife Sumaya, played by Nicole Saba, normalizes domestic violence.[5]

Season 1

The events of season 1 take place after the second season chronologically. Season 1 follows the story of Alia (played by Nadine Nassib Njeim), a Lebanese woman that lives in Canada with her son Joe (Jabal Jr), and her husband Adel. Adel was born to a Lebanese father Sultan Sheikh Al Jabal, and a Syrian mother Nahed (played by Muna Wassef). Adel passes away in Canada and based on his wishes is brought to Lebanon for burial. Adel's family are of the prominent Sheikh Al Jabal clan located in Al Hayba Lebanon. When Alia meets her deceased husband's family they want to keep her child with them. Her mother-in-law stipulates that she can only stay with her son if she marries her eldest son, Jabal Sr (played by Syrian actor Taim Hasan), Alia's deceased husband's brother. Alia lodges a complaint against the family at the Canadian embassy. Through a series of events, Alia falls in love with Jabal Senior who has many enemies that he, Alia, and his family must face. The season ends with Jabal publicly executing the eldest son of the rival family (Al Said) after causing trouble and leading the police to the village of Al Hayba, all leading up to the events of the third season.

Season 2

Season 2 (The Return) was released on MBC and MTV Lebanon in May 2018, and included 30 episodes. Nadine Nassib Njeim (Alia) is not in season 2. The majority of the Season 2 is a prequel to Season 1 when Jabal's father Sultan Sheikh Al Jabal and his brother Adel Sheikh Al Jabal (Alia's husband) are still alive. His paternal uncle Ghazi Sheikh Al Jabal (Chahine's father) is not imprisoned. The season provides context for the feudal and interfamilial strife.

Season 3

In September 2018, Season 3 (The Harvest) was announced to be another season of Al Hayba, which was eventually released in May 2019, starring Taim Hassan as Jabal Sheikh al Jabal and Cyrine Abdelnour as Nour Rahme, a well-known presenter. in the final episode of the series Jabal Sheikh Aljabal is shot dead inside his car. However, it was confirmed that the scene was Nour's imagination.

Season 4

In 2019, Season 4 (The Response) was announced to be another season of Al Hayba, starring Taim Hassan as Jabal Sheikh al Jabal and Dima Kandalaft and in the last few episodes a new actor known as Mohammad Wasef Shamma will be featured.[6]

Broadcast

Country Channel Series premiere Language Title Seasons released
Middle East Middle East Broadcasting Center and MTV Lebanon May 2017 Arabic Al Hayba Season 1
Middle East Middle East Broadcasting Center and MTV Lebanon May 2018 Arabic Al Hayba Season 2
Middle East Middle East Broadcasting Center and MTV Lebanon May 2019 Arabic Al Hayba Season 3
Iran MBC Persia June 2020 Persian اعتبار Season 1
Iran MBC Persia July 2020 Persian اعتبار Season 2
Internationally Netflix September 2018 Arabic (English, French, Spanish, Chinese subtitles) Al Hayba Season 1

References

  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 14 October 2018. Retrieved 13 October 2018.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  2. ^ a b "Lawyers seek to block popular TV show 'Al Hayba El Awda' - Annahar Staff". An-Nahar. 28 May 2018. Retrieved 14 January 2019.
  3. ^ "The controversy over Al Hayba-El Awda: Why now? - Sally Farhat". An-Nahar. 30 May 2018. Retrieved 14 January 2019.
  4. ^ "'Al Hayba' director Samer Al Barkawi says the third season is well under way with Cyrine Abdelnour in the lead". The National. Retrieved 11 December 2018.
  5. ^ Itani, Amani (12 June 2018). "This Ramadan series encourages domestic abuse, and people are furious". StepFeed. Retrieved 14 January 2019.
  6. ^ "هذا هو دور ديما قندلفت في" الهيبة 4 " " . annahar.com (dalam bahasa Arab). 24 Disember 2019.