|Directed by||Ahmed Zain|
|Written by||Ibrahim Bin Mohamed|
|1 Hour 11 Mins|
|Country||United Arab Emirates|
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Grandmothers Farm (Arabic: مزرعة يدو)  is a horror comedy written and played by Ibrahim Bin Mohamed and directed by Ahmed Zain. It stars notable Emirati actors such as Abdulla Al Hamari as well as Yaser Al-Neyadi. The story is set on five friends driving to visit Yaser Al-Nayadis's grandmother. Still, some events turn out to be surprising, causing a case of panic within the farm, ultimately resulting in a state of chaos that unfolds to become a worse situation.
Grandmother's farm is a mixture of genres. They tell a story of a group of friends driving to Abu Dhabi, the United Arab Emirates, to hang out at Yasser's (Yaser Al-Neyadi) grandmother's farm in the desert. en route to the farm, the group stops at a gas station to stock up on snacks before continuing their journey. While everyone is purchasing snacks, Abdulla decides to remain in the car rea, ding his my with everything going to plan. They continue their trip to the farm, with Khalid having contacted three girls to meet up later at the farm. After arriving at tat farm, the boys settle in, and that's when Saeed the, religious part of the group, started to feel something after the group went driving over the dunes before encountering the cursed dead animal bones which haunted Khalid and began to act in a different behavior which just started to trigger Saeed's alarm. After Saeed's suspension was starting to increase, he asked Yasser for Arabic gum, which is believed to be used to feed off witchcraft. During Abdulla's story reading the events in which he is reading started to become a reality after some time, so Yasser's helper gets the lamb which Yasser requested ready for cooking that ended up being eaten whom they thought was Alramsi despite evidence that he was hanging out at the barn and not eating that cooked lamb. Later with the night unfolds, the three girls arrive at the farm house not feeling safe, and once they entered the parking space, they were instantly locked out with no one in sight. The ghost is seen traumatizing and traveling from one body to another until it rests on Yasser's body, which starts to freak out the group, forcing them to call his grandmother and bring him to an exorcist.
Saeed Al-Sherwani plays Saeed. He is an exceptionally religious man and consistently possessed energy for petitions regardless of where he is. He puts stock in black magic and spirits since he is extremely near his spiritual side. He doesn't care for unsafe demonstrations of friendship between the contrary sexual orientations. He attempted to make his companions offer supplication yet does not intercede in their private lives. He is mindful of his environmental factors and notification even the minor changes. He is careful constantly. He was the first to see something was not right at the homestead due to his strong religious beliefs.
Yaser Alneyadi plays Yasser. He is extraordinarily moody and is the arrangement producer of the gathering. He was continually able to offer things to his companions. He doesn't prefer to do stupid stuff; however, he can be handily controlled whenever prodded or siphoned by his companions, and he doesn't tune in to rationale and blows up rapidly. He is not very close with his religious side. He was too caught up with being furious and away from his otherworldly side to consider occasions around him.
Khalid Al Nuaimi plays Khalid. He is exceptionally frantic for consideration from young ladies. He has exceptionally low norms. He simply needs consideration from inverse sexual orientation and could not care less if the ladies have a pleasant character. He is regularly offended by young ladies however does not mind as long as he is standing out enough to be noticed. He needs consideration in any event when the ladies are gold diggers. However, he despises being played by the young ladies. He was the initial one to be affected by witchcraft due to his two-timing and fornicatory acts.
Abdullah Al Hamari plays Abdullah. He lives in his universe of books; he needs to be an author and loves it when Antoine is keen on his novel perusing. He is such a considerable amount in adoration with books that he will give anybody the advantage of uncertainty on the off chance that they even know the name of a well-known writer. He is affectionate about dreaming even though his books incorporate spirits and black magic. Yet, he does not accept much in them since he is not close with his religious side and ridicules individuals who have confidence in it. He was lost in his books and didn't see what was occurring around him.
Alramsi us played by Abdullah Al Ramsi. He is fixated on food and is consistently ravenous. He is a child on a fundamental level and just thinks often about food. He generally acts childishly. He ridicules each circumstance. He is lethargic. He isn't sterile and does awful stuff on occasion. He is crazy. He never helps other people when they are in need. He was excessively occupied with food and did not mind what occurred around him.
The overall reception has been positive, with Netflix picking up the movie after it was shown in cinemas around the United Arab Emirates. With the sequel being shown in cinemas again in 2015 and was subsequently shown in Netflix as Grandmother's Farm 2
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