I Am In His Eyes (1981) - (Naglaa Fathy) Egyptian one-sheet
This Egyptian poster was designed by Hassan Mazhar Gasour and Morteda Anise to promote the 1981 100-minute Saad Arafa color film I Am in His Eyes starring Naglaa Fathy based on a story by Selmi Shalash with screenplay and dialogue by Ahmed Saleh and cinematography by Wahid Farid. Plot summary: A young woman named Amal [Naglaa Fathy] was injured in an accident with an automobile driven by a rich man named Adel, [Mahmoud Abdel Aziz] who took responsibility for her treatment. Adel arranged an apartment for Amal in one of his own buildings. Amal then realized Adel wanted to satisfy his desires with her, but she was not interested in an illegitimate ralationship. Adel loved Amal so he stopped womanizing and married her. Adel lived without working, relying on revenues from the buildings and factories he owned. He refused to restart a factory he had inherited because it reminded him of the tragic death of his father, who had been accidentally killed when he was a child. This had happened when his father was in a factory and a heavy tool fell on his head while he was tampering with some buttons. Amal felt her husband needed her to help him unravel a psychological complex. She talked him into restarting the factory and he became a new person.
Cast and crew: Naglaa Fathy, Mahmoud Abdel Aziz, Teheya Cariocca, Hasan Mostafa, Saad Arafa, Fekry Abaza, Wahid Farid, Selmi Shalash, Ahmed Saleh