Friday, March 31, 2017

Women's Tailor خياط للسيدات (Shadia) - (1969) Egyptian one-sheet

Women's Tailor (1969) - (Shadia) Egyptian one-sheet

This is a 27" x 39" Egyptian poster designed by Kanaan Wasfy and Ahmed Fouad for the 1969 Atef Salem Syrian film Women's Tailor starring Shadia as Hoda. Plot summary: Sabr Effendi [Nehad Qali] was working as a men's tailor but he had a big problem because he did not keep up with fashions and refused to change his thinking to adapt to them. His Wife Hoda, who worked at a magazine, suggested he change his specialty and become a tailor for women instead of men so he could succeed at his job.

Cast and crew: Atef Salem, Shadia, Duraid Laham, Nehad Qali, Kanaan Wasfy, Ahmed Fouad, Soheri Fakhry, Mohamed Al-Rawas, Soher Fakhry, Mahmoud Jabre, Nizar Fouad, Negah Hafiz, Salim Sabri, Ahmed Addas, Ziad Molawi, Nezar Fouad, Mohamed al-Akkad, Fahd Ka'kiati, Gladys Abou Gawda



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Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Wife Killers Society جمعية قتل الزوجات (Salah Zulfikar) - (1962) Egyptian rerelease one-sheet

Wife Killer Society (1962) - (Salah Zulfikar) rerelease Egyptian one-sheet

This is a 27" x 39" Egyptian poster for the 1962 Hassan El-Seify film Wife Killers Society based on story, screenplay and dialogue by Youssef El Sebai, cinematography by Fouad Abdel Malek and starring Salah Zulfikar as Mahmoud. Disclaimer: No wives are killed in this farce! Plot summary: A husband named Nuh Effendi and his wife Om Abdou [Hussein Riad and Marie Munib] were constantly arguing. The husband noticed everyone he knew was having the same problem so he decided to start a secret Wife Killers Society in the building where they lived. He insisted on evicting Mahmoud [Salah Zulfikar] and Sayed Khal Mahmoud [Abdel Moneim Ibrahim] who were living on the roof, because they were late paying their rent.

Cast and crew: Hassan El-Seify, Salah Zulfikar, Hussein Riad, Zahret al-Ola, Marie Munib, Zeinat Sedki, Khayria Ahmed, Abdel Moneim Ibrahim, Hassan Fayek, Fouad Abdel Malek, Said Abu Bakr, Stephan Rosti, Youssef El Sebai



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Forgive My Mistake اغفرلي خطيئتي (Samira Ahmed) - (1963) Egyptian rerelease poster

Forgive My Mistake (1963) - (Samira Ahmed) Egyptian rerelease one-sheet

This is a 27" x 39" Egyptian poster by an unknown artist for the 1963 El-Sayed Ziada film Forgive My Mistake based on a story by Aziz Armani, screenplay and dialogue by El-Sayed Ziada, cinematography by Zakaria Mansour and starring Samira Ahmed as Leila. Plot summary: Hussein Mokhtar [Kamal Al-Shennawi] did not care about marriage until he fell in love with a poor girl named Leila. Before marrying her he discovered she was a prostitute. This broke his heart but because of his love for her he forgave her, even though his mother tried to get him to end his relationship with her. According to Egyptian film encyclopedist Mahmoud Qasem this poster is for a rerelease with scenes deleted and a title change of the 1962 film Take Me and My Shame [khozni bi 'ari] directed by El Sayed Ziada. In both versions of the film Samira Ahmed's character is a prostitute.

Cast and crew: Kamal Al-Shennawi, Zuzu Madi, Hassan Hamed, Wedad Hamdy, Khayria Ahmed, Nahed Samir, Said Khalil, Ahmed Ghanem, Samira Ahmed, El-Sayed Ziada, Zakaria Mansour, Aziz Armani



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Monday, March 27, 2017

The Youth and the Beauty الصبا والجمال (Sabah) - (1965) Egyptian one-sheet

The Youth and the Beauty (1965) - (Sabah) Egyptian one-sheet

This is a 27" x 39" Egyptian poster designed by Wahib Fahmy for the 1965 Muhammad Selman Lebanese musical The Youth and the Beauty based on story and screenplay by Muhammad Salman and starring Sabah as Nohad. Plot summary: Monir was raised by anxious parents. His mother knew her husband was frequenting the apartment of the singer Nohad. He tried to separate his father from Nohad. He went to the establishment where his father worked at night to bring a quick end to the affair; he played the role of the perfect lover with Nohad and began to recover the money his father was spending on her. The father returned home. The boy went back to Nohad and sensed that she was in trouble, treating her daughter badly with an evil husband; he sympathized with her. Nohad separated from her husband; Monir explained to his parents what was happening and persuaded them to allow him to marry her.

Cast and crew: Sabah, Muharram Fouad, Muhammad Selman, Nadia Hamdy, Ibrahim El Chamat, Nadia Gamel, Hassan El-Meliguy, Rashid Alameh, Soad Karim, Shafiq Hashem, Nadia Gamal, Hoda al-Soghayar, Saber Abu Laban



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Friday, March 24, 2017

Popular Side Story قصة من الحي الشعبي (dir: Ashraf Fayek) - (2006) Egyptian one-sheet

Popular Side Story (2006) - (dir: Ashraf Fayek) Egyptian one-sheet

This is a 27.5" x 38.5" Egyptian poster by an unknown artist for the 2006 Ashraf Fayek film Popular Side Story written by Ahmed Abdulla and starring Nicola Saba. Plot summary: A woman who owned a popular dancing and singing troupe was looking for one of her daughters who had disappeared years earlier, but she died before she could find her. However the members of the troupe found the girl in the city of Sharm al-Sheikh, where she was working as a singer. The girl was surprised that her people, for whom she had been looking all her life, were also looking for her. Things changed after she went back to the troupe to finish her career.

Cast and crew: Ashraf Fayek, Nicola Saba, Talaat Zakaria, Saad El Soghayar, Mohamed Sharaf, Entesar, Sameh Hussein, Ghassan Matar, Ismail Ferghali, Amina, Reda Hamed, Souraya Ibrahim, Soheir El-Barouni, Ahmed Sami Abdulla



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Dinner Date موعد على العشاء (Soad Hosny) - (1981) Egyptian one-sheet

Dinner Date (1981) - (Soad Hosny) Egyptian one-sheet

This an Egyptian 27" x 39" one-sheet poster designed by Amal and Gasour for the 1981 Mohamed Khan film Dinner Date based on a story by Mohammed Khan with screenplay and dialogue by Bachir El Dik and Starring Soad Hosny as Nawal. The film is set in Alexandria Egypt; Ahmed Zaki plays the part of hairdresser Shokri, who falls in love with Nawal. Plot summary: Nawal is oppressed by her husband Ezzat Abul-Rous [Hussein Fahmy]. She catches him with another woman and demands a divorce on the spot, but he refuses. Nawal despairs and eventually divorces Ezzat anyway, then Marries Shokri. Ezzat has Shokri killed to get revenge. Nawal learns of Shokri's death when she is called to a morgue to identify his corpse. In the final "dinner date" scene Nawal pretends to be resigned to resuming life with Ezzat, but she serves poisoned food. Both of them eat it and presumably die, but the film only shows a sad conversation in which the two seem to know this is their last meal. Dinner Date was remade in the UK in 1985 as Claudia (aka Claudia's Story) by Anwar Kawadri, starring Deborah Raffin.

Cast and crew: Zuzu Madi, Ragaa Al-Gidawy, Mohsen Nasr, Soad Hosny, Hussein Fahmy, Ahmed Zaki, Mohamed Khan, Bachir El Dik, Mohsen Nasr, Eglal Zaki, Hamdy Gheith, Zuzu Madi, Claudia, Anwar Kawadri



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The Balah Agency وكالت البلح (Nadia El Guindy) - (1982) Egyptian one-sheet

The Balah Agency (1982) - (Nadia El Guindy) Egyptian one-sheet

This is a 27" x 39" Egyptian poster designed by Gasour and Morteda Anise for the 1982 Houssam El-Din Mustafa film The Balah Agency written by Naguib Mahfouz and starring Nadia El Guindy as Nematollah. Plot summary: Nematollah lived at the Balah Agency. She had married most of the merchants and used her relationship with the important employee Amgad, [Ahmed Louxor] who helped her learn the secrets of bargaining. She did not hesitate to kill her competitors. Abdollah [Mahmoud Yassine] came to the agency and went to work for Nematollah. She liked him, married him and made him the boss of the agency in charge of her affairs. This angered her former husband Abdoun [Mahmoud Abdel Aziz] who had gone to work for her after his bankruptcy. Abdollah discovered the truth about Nematollah and her crimes. He left her, met Amgad's daughter Mervat, [Samia Al-Alfy] married her and established a special agency with Amgad's help. Nematollah tried to bring Abdollah back but he refused. She took revenge against him by arranging to kill Amgad so no one would help him when she got her assistants to steal Amgad's goods. Abdollah thought of returning to her and asked her to confess to her crimes. The police came and arrested Namatollah. Abdoun pick up an axe to kill Abdollah with it out of revenge but Nematollah sacrificed herself for him and met her demise.

Cast and crew: Naguib Mahfouz, Mahmoud Abdel Aziz, Mahmoud Yassine, Houssam El-Din Mustafa, Wahid Seif, Sayed Zayan, Nadia El Guindy, Hesham Wadid Serri, Wadid Serri, Ahmed Zaki, Mostafa Moharram, Samia Al-Alfy, Farouk Feloux, Imad Moharram, Ahmed Louxor, Mohamed Al-Shawihi, Hafez Amin



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Missing Person خرج ولم يعد (Yehia El-Fakharany) Egyptian one-sheet

Missing Person (1984) - (Yehia El-Fakharany) Egyptian one-sheet

This is a 27" x 39" Egyptian movie poster designed by Samira for the 1984 Mohamed Khan film Missing Person written by Assem Tawfiq, starring Yehia El-Fakharany as Atia Abdel Khaleq and inspired by the 1958 H. E. Bates novel The Darling Buds of May. Mohamed El-Assyouti wrote this plot summary on IMDB: "A culinary piece of cinema. This humourous critique of dehumanisation in big-city life depicts a depressed urban dweller who leaves for the countryside, where he tries to sell a piece of land he has inherited. He is charmed by the idyllic life, but has to keep up with the voracious appetites of his hosts, who literally never stop eating, even waking up to snack. He soon adapts to their eating habits but only after he is taken to a hospital with severe indigestion due to his hosts' generosity."

Cast and crew: Mohamed Khan, Assem Tawfiq, Tewfik El Dekn, Yehia El-Fakharany, Laila Eloui, Farid Shawqi, Tarek El-Telmessani, Aida Abdel Aziz, H.E. Bates



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Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Leila the Rich Girl ليلى بنت الاغنياء (Laila Mourad) - (1947) Undated Egyptian Rerelease Poster

Leila the Rich Girl (1947) - (Laila Mourad) Egyptian rerelease one-sheet

This is a 27" x 39" Egyptian poster designed by an unknown artist to promote an undated rerelease of the 1947 Anwar Wagdi musical Leila the Rich Girl, a remake of Frank Capra's 1934 It Happened One Night, with story by Anwar Wagdi, screenplay and dialogue by Badei Khayri and starring Laila Mourad as Leila. Plot summary: Leila was a pretty girl from a rich family who had lost her mother. Her father Hassan Rostam Basha [Bechara Wakim] was dominated by his bossy new wife Monira [Olwiyya Gamil]. Monira had imposed the bridegroom Gamil [Said Abu Bakr] on Leila because he was her nephew and she was planning to use him to get the money Leila would be receiving from her father. However when Gamil approached Leila during the wedding ceremony she pushed him away and ran out of the proceedings immediately. The press was full of reports about the search for the missing bride's car, which was damaged on a bridge and fell into the water; one of Leila's shoes she had been wearing at the wedding was found in the car. The journalist Wahid [Anwar Wagdi] went to the village where the accident had taken place and found Leila's other shoe. He was surprised by the sound of the enchanting voice of a young girl sitting on the bank singing in a tortured tone of voice. Wahid approached the girl because of her beauty and the sweetness of her voice. One of the people in the village told him she was the daughter of the village mayor [Abdel Hamid Zaki]. She was sick and everyone at her house was waiting for a physician who was on the way from Cairo. Wahid knocked on the door and claimed he was the doctor from Cairo looking for the girl. Once he saw her he realized she was not the one he had seen on the bridge. Wahid and the girl, who said her name was Farhana, left the mayor's house. Then Wahid learned the girl with him was really Leila, the runaway bride everyone thought had been killed because her loose shoes had been found. Back in Cairo Wahid convinced Leila's father she was still alive by taking him to the farmer's home where she was hiding. At first Leila thought Wahid did not love her and was planning to take her back to the misery she had been fleeing in exchange for reward money; instead Wahid was finally able to awaken the conscience of Leila's father and make him aware of the conspiratorial plans of his bossy wife and her nephew. The basha divorced Monira publicly and Leila immediately went back to Wahid, who was waiting nearby.

Cast and crew: Frank Capra, Badei Khayri, Abdelhalim Nasr, Olwiyya Gamil, Bechara Wakim, Hassan Fayek, Said Abu Bakr, Abdel Hamid Zaki, Abdel Nabi Mohammed, Reyad El Kasabgy, Laila Mourad, Anwar Wagdi



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Monday, March 20, 2017

In the Heliopolis Flat في شقة مصر الجديدة (Khaled Abol Nega) - (2007) Egyptian one-sheet

In the Heliopolis Flat (2007) - (Khaled Abol Nega) Egyptian one-sheet

This is a 26.5" x 38.25" Egyptian poster for the 2007 Mohamed Khan film In the Heliopolis Flat based on story, screenplay and dialogue by Wessam Soliman and starring Ghada Adel as Nagwa Nour. Plot Summary: Nagwa was a student from Minia attending a school on the coast who became friends with Abla Tahani, a music teacher who was fired from her job. Nagwa continued to write to Abla Tahani about music and new songs, but a long time passed and Abla Tahani did not answer Nagwa's letters. When Nagwa was in Cairo on a trip with her colleagues she had a great desire to see Abla Tahani to see how she was doing, but when she went to Abla's Heliopolis address she found someone else named Yehia [Khaled Abol Nega] living there. Yehia did not know anything about Abla Tahani. Abla went to see Yehia more than once, then took the train back to the coast. These visits led Yehia to his own investigation about Tahani.

Cast and crew: Mohamed Khan, Wessam Soliman, Ghada Adel, Youssef Daoud, Khaled Abol Naga, Marwa Hussein, Nancy Abdel-Fattah, Wessam Soliman, Aida Riad, Ahmed Rateb, Asma Youssef, Naser Mohamed Ali, Mohammad Neshat





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Sunday, March 19, 2017

Nightmare كابوس (Youssra) - (1989) Egyptian one-sheet

Nightmare (1989) - (Youssra) Egyptian one-sheet

This is a 27" x 39" Egyptian poster designed by Gasour for the 1989 Mohammed Shebl film Nightmare written by Sami Rafe and Mohammed Shebl and starring Youssra as Mervat. Plot summary: Mervat, a journalist, was having daily nightmares. The nightmares all had a common theme where a gang of criminals kidnapped her and put her in a bedroom in an abandoned mansion. When she woke up she would find signs of the nightmare struggle on her body. Her fiancee Yehia [Ahmed Abdel Aziz] was eager to help her. He told Mervat about a real mansion similar to one he had seen in a dream; he tried to work through the problem with her by taking her to the real mansion so she would be able to escape that night if she had the same nightmare again, especially if she learned that the prominent figure in the nightmare and the owner of the abandoned mansion was one of her uncles who were getting rich by smuggling weapons. Yehia and one of his brothers took her to the mansion and let her in.

Cast and crew: Youssra, Mohammed Shebl, Ahmed Abdelaziz, Khairy Beshara, Sami Rafe, Nahed Samir, Tarek El-Telmessani, Tamim Abdo, Kheiry Beshara, Hossam Fayyad, Salah Hamdi, Ali Farid, Mahmoud Alwan, Rafat Ragi, Hussein El-Sherif, Nabila Karam, Marwah El Khatib, Amira Khaled Haroun



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Letter from an Unknown Woman رسالة من امراة مجهولة (Farid Al Atrache) - (1962) three-piece Egyptian poster

Letter from an Unknown Woman (1962) - (Farid Al Atrache) Egyptian one-sheet

This is a 35" x 61" original three-piece stone litho Egyptian poster designed by Marcel for the 1962 Salah Abouseif film Letter from an Unknown Woman starring Farid Al Atrache as Ahmed Sameh. Plot summary: The musician Ahmed Sameh received a letter on the evening of his birthday. He was used to receiving flowers every birthday but this time he was reading a letter from a woman he did not know. Her name was Amal [Lobna Abdel Aziz] and she lived in front of him in his old home. She loved him without him knowing about it; she seldom saw him or had any reason to go into his home, but she knew his servant Ibrahim. However her mother had to get married and moved to another city. From time to time Amal looked at the home of her beloved who did not know her. One day he stopped his car for her, took her to his home and she became pregnant by him, but he forgot her because she was just another girl to him. He lived the life of a musician. Amal worked in an office. The owner of the office offered to marry her but he knew there was another man in her life so he left her alone. Amal met her beloved one night but he did not remember her. He avoided her son but one day the son was hurt in a collision with a bus. The doctor said the type of blood the injured boy needed was rare. Amal was obliged to send her letter to Ahmed Sami, who came to the hospital on the evening of his birthday. He gave the blood to his son and married Amal after he realized how long she had loved him. This film was directed by Salah Abouseif based on the 1922 novella of the same title by Stefan Zweig, which was also the basis for a 1948 movie with the same title starring Joan Fontaine.

Cast and crew: Farid Al Atrache, Lobna Abdel Aziz, Amina Rizk, Marie Munib, Salah Abouseif, Ezzat El Alaili, Abdel Moneim Ibrahim, Fakher Fakher, Hussein al-Sayed, Abdel Ghani Nagdi, Mary Ezzedine, Nawal Abul Foutouh, Fatthy Zaky, Wafia Khayry, El Sayed Bedeir, Aly Hassan, Stefan Zweig



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Friday, March 17, 2017

Naked Shame وصمة عار (Nour El-Sherif) - (1986) Egyptian one-sheet

Naked Shame (1986) - (Nour El-Sherif) Egyptian one-sheet

This is a 27" x 39" Egytian poster designed by Morteda Anise for the 1986 Ashraf Fahmy film Naked Shame based on a story by Naguib Mahfouz with screenplay and dialogue by Mostafa Moharram and starring Youssra as Elham. Plot summary: After being sentenced to a prison term in an indecency case Aziza [Hoda Soltan] of Alexandria admitted to her son Mokhtar [Nour El-Sherif] that his father was the wealthy Sayed Al-Gamei; she gave him his picture and her marriage contract with him. Mokhtar went to Cairo to look for his father. He published a photo of his father in the newspapers a number of times without result. He got into relationships with Karima, [Shahira] a clerk at his hotel and the wife of an old man named Khalil Mokhtar [Mohammed Tawfik] and also with Elham. Mokhtar killed Khalil for his money to please Karima. Karima had another lover who killed her for her money, but Mokhtar, who because of circumstances was thought by the police to be the one who had murdered her, was wrongly arrested and sentenced to death.

Cast and crew: Ashraf Fahmy, Naguib Mahfouz, Mostafa Moharram, Ramses Marzouk, Nour El-Sherif, Youssra, Youssef Chaban, Shahira, Mohammed Tawfik, Hoda Soltan, Ahmed Ghanem, Naima Al Soghayar, Mariam Fakhr Eddine, Hassan Hussein



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Samara the Prince سمارة الامير (Nabila Ebeid) - (1992) Egyptian one-sheet

Samara the Prince (1992) - (Nabila Ebeid) Egyptian one-sheet

This is a 27" x 39" Egyptian poster designed by Morteda Anise for the 1992 Ahmed Yehia film Samara the Prince based on a story by Naguib Mahfouz and starring Nabila Ebeid as Shalabia/Samara. Plot Summary: Shalabia, a beautiful country girl, moved from her village to work as a maid in a pasha's palace in Alexandria. However she fell in love with the pasha's opportunist driver Ali [Mahmoud Hemida] and made the other maids jealous. One of them told the pasha about their relationship so he would fire them both. He took advantage of the opportunity to exploit his lover Shalabia in the acquisition of much wealth for his illegitimate purposes. He swept her out with the trash after using her as a dancer at the Al-Faramawy Nightclub and promising to marry her while he was improving his financial situation. Shalabia learned the art of dancing and changed her name to Samara the Prince to increase her fame among the wealthy people who frequented the nightclub. Her fans who showered her with wealth multiplied. They included Marwan Amin the nationalist journalist, Mr. Faw the English stockbroker and Mehdi Pasha, a prominent politician. When Samara the Prince met the tax agent Omar Abdel Awi she found in him a life partner and married him hoping to begin an honorable life without depravity. She tried to quit the night life but her first lover Ali refused to allow this because he wanted to keep stealing her money. Ali decided she had to return to her work as a dancer. Her husband Omar negotiated for a divorce in return for a sum of money but when Ali failed to win the argument with Omar he killed him to punish Samara.

Cast and crew: Naguib Mahfouz, Ahmed Yehia, Wahid Seif, Youseff Daoud, Abdel Salam Mohamed, Mariam Fakhr Eddine, Hamdy Ghayth, Nabila Ebeid, Mahmoud Hemida, Ramses Marzouk, Mostafa Moharram, Mohammad Tawfik, Sanaa Shafei, Ahmad Mostafa, Umran Bahar, Howeida Omran, Ahmed Abu Abih, Osman Al-Hamamsi



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Leila the Schoolgirl ليلى بنت المدارس (Laila Mourad) - (1942) Egyptian film poster

Leila, the Schoolgirl (1942) - (Laila Mourad) Egyptian one-sheet

This is a 23.5" x 35" Egyptian poster designed by Al-Zaria for the 1942 film Leila the Schoolgirl written and directed by Togo Mizrahi and starring Laila Mourad as Leila. Plot summary: Youssef [Youssef Wahby] is a famous attorney who welcomes his orphan cousin Leila into his mansion after she completes her studies. Leila brings happiness to the mansion. This changes Youssef and makes him happy, but he falls in love with an unfaithful woman. Leila tries to correct her, but Youssef believes Leila is the one who has a lover and he throws her out of his house.

Cast and crew: Laila Mourad, Youssef Wahby, Togo Mizrahi, Mohsen Sarhan, Bechara Wakim, Mimi Shakeeb, Zaki Ibrahim, Aqila Mohammad, Mohammad Kamel



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Omar's Journey مشوار عمر (dir: Mohamed Khan) - (1986) Egyptian one-sheet

Omar's Journey (1986) - (dir: Mohamed Khan) Egyptian one-sheet

This is a 27" x 39" Egyptian poster for the 1986 Mohamed Khan film Omar's Journey based on a story by Mohamed Khan and Raouf Tawfiq and starring Farouk Al-Fichawy. Plot Summary: Omar [Farouk Al-Fichawy] lives dependent on his father the wealthy Al-Gawahargi [Mohamed Reda]. His father wants him to deliver a bag of jewels to a colleague in Tanta. On the way he runs out of gas. A worker also named Omar [Mamdouh Abd El Aleem] at a rural gas station tries to help him refuel but uses the wrong type. While they are trying to solve this problem a driver [Ahmad Abdel Waress] who had agreed to provide the correct type of fuel arrives in a big yellow dump truck andbeats up Omar. The two Omars later continue the trip after picking up a local prostitute named Negah [Mediha Kamel] who is on her way to Port Said. With nothing to deliver in Tanta, they change the itinerary to take Negah to Port Said. When they stop at a restaurant for food they see the thieves in the bathroom and get into a brief inconclusive fight. Then they continue, driving at night. That night the first Omar and Negah sleep together when they stop at a hotel; then they continue the trip. On the way they are attacked again by the same thieves with the big yellow truck, who steal the jewelry and the car and abandon the truck. The three of them continue to Suez in the truck. There they find Omar's stolen automobile abandoned and wrecked by the road on a rocky beach. Negah and the second Omar continue in the truck, leaving the first Omar with the wrecked automobile. Negah gets out of the truck and hitches a ride with another truck driver after the two of them argue. She immediately begins coming on to her new driver; the film ends with the first Omar sitting sadly in his useless automobile. A radio is playing.

Cast and crew: Ahmad Abdel Waress, Mohamed Reda, Mamdouh Abd El Aleem, Ahmed Bedir, Zahrat El-Ola, Madiha Kamel, Farouk Al-Fichawy, Mohamed Khan, Tarek El-Telmessani, Raouf Tawfiq, Youcef Rajai, Samia Al-Alfy, Ismail Mahmoud, Osman Abdel Moneim, Hanem Mohamed, Zakaria Mouafi, Hosny Abdul Jalil, Ahdey Sadek, Ahmed Abu Abih, Mohamed Al-Dardiri, Magdy Ahmed Aly, Hanan Youssef hr>



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