Cairo – Gololy
Syrian artist Sawsan Arshid, who followed her on her personal page at the Instagram website, was shocked by a video that she posted on her profile page at the Instagram site for the song of her new brother.
She commented on the video saying: "From the other and to cut doubt on the certainty I am with the personal freedoms and social trials attached to the attributes drawn by each community on the temperament and therefore I am with the rights of homosexuals."
The song revealed the tendencies of her brother, a homosexual like me, and took the video on many of the comments that warned her of supporting homosexuality. Some commented that her husband, the artist Maxim Khalil, was influenced by his opinion and separated from her.
Sawsan Arshid's latest film, "A Day I Lost My Shadow," which took seven years to film, is about Sana, who goes out to find a gas tube so she can cook a hot meal for her nine-year-old son in the absence of his father to work in Saudi Arabia. In the besieged area, unable to return to her home, Sanaa is lost on the outskirts of Damascus to discover that people are losing their shadow during the brutal war, written and directed by Sodd Kadan.