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Very few things are as vulnerable as the things we keep on our phones. Fearful of all things untold, our phones, locked, are clenched into our hands. Netflix’s first-ever Arabic original film, Ashab Wala A’azz ('Perfect Strangers' in English), intriguingly portrays this distinctly intense modern fear while setting the stage for more representation in the Arab cinema world. Inspired by the 2016 Italian film by Paolo Genovese of the same title, Lebanese director Wissam Smayra’s movie revolves around the story…