In response to Netflix’s revisionism, an Egyptian channel has begun producing a documentary about Cleopatra that will maintain its historical accuracy, the so-called “documentary series” Queen Cleopatra.
The channel ‘Al-Wathekya’ has announced that it has started production of a documentary about the true story of Queen Cleopatra. The documentary aims to be a historically accurate portrayal of Queen Cleopatra’s life, reports Egypt Independent.
“Preparations have begun for a documentary about Queen Cleopatra VII, daughter of Ptolemy XII, better known as Cleopatra, the last king of the Ptolemaic family who succeeded Alexander the Great,” the Documentary Channel said in a statement. ruled Egypt after his death. Excessive.”
“What is always common in the documentary making field and based on all the works of Vathekya channel, work sessions are currently being conducted with many experts from history, archeology and anthropology. As much as possible for research and research related to the subject and image of the film, ”assured the channel.
The presentation was well received by the public, who demanded that it be released quickly and translated into several languages so that the public could better understand Egyptian history without being misinformed.
The release of an Egyptian documentary followed by a Netflix film about Cleopatra’s story made it appear that her origins were African rather than Macedonian.
Egyptian lawyer Mahmoud El-Semeri has filed a lawsuit with prosecutors to shut down the Netflix platform in Egypt after the release of the trailer for the movie ‘Queen Cleopatra’. A new documentary about a historical figure as a black woman.
An Egyptian lawyer has called for serious legal action against the director of the making of the documentary. He accused Netflix executives of participating in “this crime”.
They also called for a thorough investigation into the process and a general shutdown of Netflix’s streaming service in Egypt as a result.