“Born a King” tops movies in Saudi Arabia and Gulf

Born a King tops movies in Saudi Arabia and Gulf

The global film “Born A King” tops the box office in cinemas in Saudi Arabia and the Gulf, after its release on Thursday.

With more than 59,000 viewers in the first week, 30,000 were in Saudi Arabia alone, “Born A King” topped the box office.

The film is a joint production between Saudi Arabia, England and Spain. The film deals with the early life of King Faisal bin Abdul-Aziz, his visit to Britain on August 11, 1919, at the age of 13, and meeting with King George V of England at the invitation of the King representing his father King Abdul-Aziz.

“Born A King” is currently being screened in cinemas in Saudi Arabia and the Gulf.

“Born A King” was filmed between Riyadh and London, directed by the Oscar-winning Spanish producer, Andres Gomez, directed by Agusti Villaronga, and written by Badr Al-Samari from Saudi Arabia, Rey Loriga and Henry Fritz, and starring elite European and Saudi actors.