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How to watch What's Up? (2006) on Netflix South Africa!

Yes, What's Up? is now available on South African Netflix. It arrived for online streaming on June 8, 2020.

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What's Up?

What's Up?
Netflix South Africa

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South African Netflix Release: June 8, 2020
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Romantic Dramas, Romantic Comedies, Dramas, Middle Eastern Movies, Comedies, Romantic Movies
Director(s): Izidore K. Musallam

Synopsis

Flirting with modernity, a young woman must keep her new romance a secret from her conservative brother, who plans to keep her in line with tradition.

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Cast

Hisham Abdulrahman, Turki Al-Yusuf, Mais Hamdan, Khaled Sami, Mishal Al-Mutairi, Hind Muhamed

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