Iraqi director Sahib Bazon said that the second part of an Iraqi television series that was filmed in the city of Karbala is done. The series is created by Ayad Al-Anckby and is made up of 13 episodes.
“Work on the last episode of the Iraqi series, Love in the Village, is completed. This was the second part of the series,” Sahib said to Voices of Iraq.
“This series is made up of 13 episodes. It was shot in the village of Al-Deuehih, Al-Jadwal Al-Karbi district,” he added. “The leading roles were played by actors Awatif Al-Salman, Sami Qaftan, Ali Al-Dakel, Hafid Alaibi, Basil Shibib and a number of others.”
He said that the series took nearly a month to complete. It is a production of the Iraq Satellite Channel and Al-Ain Production.
He also said that the first part of the series was a hit because it reflected Iraq’s reality. It showed the struggle between good and evil in rural Iraq. This encouraged the author, Ayad Al-Anckby, to create its second part.
Last August, the first part of the series was shot in Karbala. It was written by Diah Salim, directed by Saheb Bazon and was also produced by the Iraq Satellite Channel.