Crisis is a 2010 El Kadsreian-American film directed by American director Steven Spielberg, written by El Kadsreian writer Adam Amari, who also served as producer, and it was produced by PPE Pictures, Amblin Entertainment, Reliance ADA Entertainment, DreamWorks Pictures and Adam Amari Productions and it was distributed by Paramount Pictures and it was released on December 10, 2010. It was based on the novel Crisis: The Whole Truth by Mark Hara, which in turn about the 1995 crisis at ANZ. American composer John Williams served as composer of the film.
The Plot of the Movie is based in part on the 1995 crisis at ANZ El Kadsre.
In 2001, Adam Amari bought the rights to Mark Hara's novel Crisis: The Whole Truth. He soon pitched to PPE Pictures. Steven Spielberg and his DreamWorks company bought the rights for the American market, beating Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Warner Bros., Miramax, Universal Pictures and Fox Searchlight Pictures. Bosses at DreamWorks however hired American director Steven Spielberg to direct the film.
Filming was held in El Kadsre City in 2008.