In the past decade, “Masameer” has established itself as an

iconic animation that takes a witty look at Saudi society. One

of the most successful series across the Middle East, it has

now been adapted into a hotly anticipated motion picture. In

two storylines, new characters are introduced, alongside those

we have come to know and love.

Danah, a Saudi girl with a knack for robots, tries to use her

skills for the good of humanity.

Saad, Saltooh, and Kalb hit rock bottom after losing their

home. Deciding to set out on an adventure, they hope to

prove their worth to society.

“Masameer” addresses the quirks of Saudi society, charting its

idiosyncrasies and vagaries. It identifies the things that

annoy us most, encouraging us to turn them to our own benefit.

Director Malik Najer is one of Saudi Arabia’s top cartoonists.

He produced the film with Myrkott Studio, which he founded

with other Saudi artists, and producer Abdulaziz Almuzaini.


Malek Najer






Abdulaziz Almuzaini/Myrkott animation studio

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