Saturday, May 31, 2014

We Don't Plant Thorns [ نحن لا نزرع الشوك] (Shadia) - (1970) Egyptian Film Poster

We Don't Plant Thorns [nehnu la nezra al-shuk] (Shadia) - (1970) Egyptian film poster

Pictured is an undated Egyptian rerelease poster designed by Wahib Fahmy and Mohammad Abdel Aziz to promote the 1970 Hussein Kamal 109-minute black-and-white film We Don't Plant Thorns [nehnu la nezra al-shuk] starring Shadia and Mahmoud Yassine based on story and dialogue by Yousssef El Sebai with screenplay by Ahmed Saleh and cinematography by Abdelhalim Nasr. Plot summary: Sayeda [Shadia] suffered from torment and cruelty after her mother died as a result of the way she was treated by her father's wife. She took a job as a maid for the family of Abbas [Salah Kabil], who was interested in her and pursued her. She fled his home and took a job with the family of Hamdi al-Samaduni [Mahmoud Yassine]. This family treated her with love and kindness. Sayeda fell in love with Hamdi, but she soon learned he was planning to marry another girl. She therefore decided to marry Alam Marghama [Adly Kasseb], a thug and a seller of soft drinks, but later got into conflict with him. She bore his child, but ran away from him because of his violence. In this midst of this suffering she came under the influence of a pimp who got her into a brothel. There she saw Abbas, who had come to a whorehouse for the first time in his life. They reconciled and married, and she bore his son. Then Hamdi arrived and declared his love for her, there were more conflicts with Abbas and she was forced by court order to move into a marital obedience dwelling with him. When their child died she demanded and received a divorce from Abbas. After a short time Sayeda herself became ill and died with Hamdi at her bedside.

Cast and crew: Hussein Kamal, Salah Kabil, Shadia, Mahmoud Yassine, Abdelhalim Nasr, Karima Mokhtar, Adly Kasseb, Ahmed Al-Gezeiry, Naima Al Soghayar, Ahmed Saleh, Youssef El Sebai, Wafik Fahmy, Rawhiyya Khaled, Ahmed Al Jaziri, Mahmoud Al Iraqi, Mohamed Othman, Hamdy Youssef, Samiha Tawfik, Fatheyya Ali, Mohamed Abu Hashish, Thorayya Ezzeddine, Etedal Shaheen, Soher Tawfik, Mimi Gamal, Samir Tewfik, Amira, Kawsar al-Assal

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Friday, May 30, 2014

The Love District درب الهوى (Youssra) - (1982) Egyptian Film Poster

The Love District [darb al-hawa] (Youssra) - (1982) Egyptian film poster

Pictured is an Egyptian poster designed by Al-Khad to promote the 1982 123-minute Houssam El-Din Mustafa color film The Love District [darb al-hawa] starring Youssra based on a story by Ismail Wali El Deen with screenplay by Mostafa Moharram, dialogue by Sherif El Menbawy and cinematography by Wahid Farid. Plot summary: Hosnia and the pimp Saleh [Mahmoud Abdel Aziz] ran a house of prostitution called the Hotel of Princesses in the Darb Tayyab neighborhood. Samiha [Madiha Kamel] ended up there seeking refuge from the bad treatment of her mother's husband, while Elham [Youssra] was driven there by poverty. Men of all social levels frequented the hotel, such as Abdel Aziz [Ahmed Zaki], the university professor of philosophy and his friend Morad, Abdel Hafiz Basha, Abdel Aziz's uncle and a candidate for parliament who attacked prostitution in campaign speeches, even though it made him happy to hear the prostitutes insult him. It also made him happy to be able to drop his guard with them. Saleh tried to dominate Samiha but he was content with Hosnia, who loved him.

Cast and crew: Madiha Kamel, Youssra, Mahmoud Abdel Aziz, Ahmed Zaki, Faruq al-Ghayshawi, Hassan Abdeen, Houssam El-Din Mustafa, Ismail Wali El Deen, Mostafa Moharram, Sherif El Menbawy, Farouk Al-Fichawy, Shouweikar, Farouk Falawkas, Ibrahim Abdel Razaq, Salwa Khattab, Amal Ibrahim, Aziza Helmy

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Monday, May 26, 2014

Cory Glaberson of Reel Art at Cinevent

Cory Glaberson from of Berywn Illinois was at the 2014 Cinevent with an interesting selection of film memorabilia.

Ed Poole's Talk at Cinevent 24 May 2014

Ed and Susan Poole sharing their research with visitors to their Cinevent information table

This is the audio of Ed Poole's 20-minute presentation at Cinevent about the research work he and his wife Susan Poole are doing on film accessories (posters, stills, press books, lobby cards) and related industry activity. Their work is extremely valuable groundbreaking activity for collectors, archivists and film enthusiasts who need to catalog, identify and preserve the promotional materials film studios have issued for their films. The words of introduction are by Morris Everett Jr.

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Sunday, May 25, 2014

Ray Ruggeri at Cinevent

Ray Ruggeri, who turned up this year at Cinevent, has been collecting film memorabilia for many years. He often incorporates his finds into creative handbag designs:

Bob King of Classic Images at Cinevent 2014

Bob King

On 24 May 2014 Bob King, editor of Classic Images and Films of the Golden Age, gave a short talk for those assembled in the auction room at Cinevent, after a brief introduction by Morris Everett Jr.

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Ed and Susan Poole of LAMP, Film Accessory Researchers

Ed and Susan Poole of were at this year's Cinevent promoting their research activity and advising the industry about the many aspects of their extensive activities. They joined forces to give a pre-auction PowerPoint presentation describing how their work has evolved, giving a few details about problems and surprises they have encountered over the years; they stressed the importance of collectors as curators and archivists in the preservation of our fragile and vanishing film heritage, since the public institutions that have taken on this work often lack the funding and staff to do the job properly.

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Albert McFadden at Cinevent

Albert McFadden of Scarborough Ontario, making his annual Cinevent appearance in Columbus Ohio for the 46th annual convention, 22-25 May 2014. Albert has visited more than 40 countries looking for international material for resale, in 45 years as a full-time dealer of film posters and memorabilia.

Stephen Sally at Cinevent

Veteran poster seller Stephen Sally of Hackensack NJ, appearing at the 46th annual Cinevent in Columbus Ohio, 22-25 May 2014

Daniel Strebin at Cinevent

Daniel "Postermandan" Strebin, offering his usual eclectic selection of exotic film posters at the 46th annual Cinevent 22-25 May 2014, Columbus Ohio.

Saturday, May 17, 2014

Amber [عنبر] (Laila Mourad) - (1948)

Amber [anbar] (Laila Mourad) - (1948) Egyptian film poster

This is an undated rerelease Egyptian poster made to promote the 1948 Anwar Wagdi 123-minute black-and-white film Amber [anbar] starring Laila Mourad as Amber based on a story by Mohamed Kamel Hassan with screenplay and dialogue by Anwar Wagdi and cinematography by Abdelhalim Nasr. Plot summary: Reshwan Basha [Abdel Waress Assar] is on a sickbed surrounded by family members. They are treating him quite harshly and refusing to give him water. They have his only daughter Amber [Laila Mourad] locked in the mansion bedroom. They are doing these things to force the Basha to tell them where he has hidden his wealth, which they desire. Anwar [Anwar Wagdi], owner of the Gold Star Casino, arrives with his attorney Hassan [Hassan Fayek]. While they are waiting to see the Basha, Anwar suddenly hears a sweet melodious voice coming from the bedroom. He looks through a panel in the door and sees Amber singing. After a short conversation with her, he finds himself surrounded by the members of the gang that wants Reshwan Basha's wealth. He tells them that he and his attorney Hassan have come to buy the clothing of Reshwan Basha's late wife. The gang agrees to sell him the clothing. These garments include a dress Amber once wore. After Anwar and Hassan leave the gang members take Amber and her sick old nanny to the bedside of Reshwan Basha, who is about to die. They leave Amber with her father according to his wishes. The Basha tells his secret to his daughter while the men in the gang are eavesdropping outside. The Basha tells his daughter Amber he married her mother against the wishes of his family, who fought him throughout the years of the marriage; he was sure they were going to fight his daughter after he died. This unhappy situation had led him to sell all of his property and use the money to buy jewelry. He put the jewels in a chest and hid it. He drew a map to its location and sewed the map into the collar of a black silk evening dress, the same dress Amber used to wear when she sang, and the same one Anwar has purchased. Amber collapses in tears as the members of the gang rush to the Gold Star Casino, which is a westernized nightclub where the orchestra, led by Anwar as its trumpet player, plays jazz standards such as Benny Goodman's I Found a New Baby. These melodies are mixed with performances by Laila Mourad and others of show tunes composed by Mohamed Abdel Wahab, some in the style of Western jazz, others with Egyptian scales and rhythms. Anwar tries to persuade Horia [Zeinat Sedki], a woman singer in his troupe, to wear the dress he has purchased, but she vehemently refuses. During the argument the hidden map comes out of the collar of the dress; Anwar gives it to Hassan, not knowing its value. After he learns what it is, he and Amber evade the gang, eventually make their way back to the mansion and find the hidden chest of jewels. This discovery is followed by a fight with the covetous gang, then a gala celebratory marriage between Anwar and Amber.

Cast and crew: Laila Mourad, Anwar Wagdi, Mohamed Abdel Wahab, Abdelhalim Nasr, Mohamed Kamel Hassan, Bechara Wakim, Hassan Fayek, Said Abu Bakr, Ismail Yasseen, Mahmoud Choukoukou, Elias Moadab, Stephan Rosti, Farid Shawqi, Reyad El Kasabgy, Zeinat Sedki, Abdel Moneim Ismail, Aziz Osman, Abdel Waress Assar

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Tuesday, May 6, 2014

The Sound of Love [صوت الحب] (Warda) - (1973)

The Sound of Love [sawt al-hob] (Warda) - (1992) Egyptian film poster

Pictured is a 27" x 39" Egyptian poster designed by Abdel Aziz and Abdel Fathy to promote the 1973 101-minute Helmy Rafla color film The Sound of Love starring Warda al-Gezaeriyah based on story, screenplay and dialogue by Adly El-Mowaled and with cinematography by Ibrahim Saleh. Plot summary: This is a simple romantic musical. It begins with idylic scenes of the betrothed couple strolling in a luxury hotel setting and takes an ominous tone when the bride-to-be reads a note to her fiancee from his father, instructing him to stay away from her. Dr. Mohsen [Hassan Youssef] loves his nurse Mona [Warda al-Gezaeriya] and wants to marry her but his father Dr. Shakur [Imad Hamdy] objects because he does not want his son to marry a nurse. Mona goes to Dr. Shakur's palatial estate to work as his private nurse and begins working with him as much as possible; he soon finds he is unable to do without her and depends on her. This convinces him she is a worthy wife for his son. While working for Dr. Shakur, Mona channels Warda and sings a few heavily orchestrated songs while strolling about the grounds, which also seems to impress the good Dr. Shakur along with the other members of his impressionable household.

Cast and crew: Hassan Youssef, Warda al-Gazaeriya, Helmy Rafla, Imad Hamdi, Mohammed El Arabi, Sa'eed Saleh, Hassan Mustafa, Ashraf Abdel Ghafour, Hayat Kandeel, Aziza Rashed, Hussein Assar, Ragaa Sadeq, Nawal Fahmy, Adly El-Mowaled

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Monday, May 5, 2014

Ruffians [الاوغاد] (Farouk Al-Fichawi) - (1985)

Ruffians (1985) - (Farouk Al-Fichawi) Egyptian one-sheet

Pictured is a 27" x 39" Egyptian poster designed by Hassan Mazhar Gasour to promote the 1985 95-minute Ahmed Al-Nehas color film Ruffians [al-awghad] starring Farouk Al-Fichawy based on story, screenplay and dialogue by Ahmed Al-Nehas with cinematography by Mohamed Taher. Plot summary: Mahmoud [Farouk Al-Fichawy] is a taxi driver married to Hosnia [Bussy]. They have a happy life together, but Mahmoud is accused of hitting a boy named Medhat [Wael Nour] and stealing 20000 pounds from him. Mahmoud goes to see Medhat at the hospital to persuade him to tell the truth, but he fails. He gets into his taxi with some of Medhat's friends and the taxi crashes and catches fire in a remote location while Mahmoud is trying to get confessions from them. Mahmoud hides in graveyards and disguises himself. He goes to the hospital to get the names of the boys from Medhat, who dies while struggling with him. While Mahmoud is chasing one of the offenders, the offender falls from a balcony before making a confession. A police inspector named Kamal [Mohi Ismail] chases him as he is following another collaborator named Mostafa [Abdalla Mahmoud], and catches both of them. Thus Mostafa had lost the 20000 pounds among strangers and colluded with his friends in accusing Mahmoud, fearing his father's punishment.

Cast and crew: Ahmed Al-Nehas, Mohi Ismail, Ahmed Bedir, Abdalla Mahmoud, Ahmad Salama, Wael Nour, Ahmed Khalil, Hafez Amin, Ahmad Hegazi, Bussy, Farouk Al-Fichawi, Awatef Youssef, Youssef Fawzi, Nagwa al-Mawgi, Mona Darwish, Mohamed Taher

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Wickedness [الشرس] (Youssra) - (1992)

Wickedness (1992) - (Youssra) US one-sheet

Pictured is a 25.25" x 36.5" Egyptian poster designed to promote the 1992 111-minute Nader Galal color film Wickedness [al-shariss] starring Youssra based on story, screenplay and dialogue by Magdy Hidaya with cinematography by Samir Farag. Plot summary: This is a police/gangland movie set in the Port of Alexandria. Three siblings lived in Alexandria. The first one Hamam [Mahmoud Hemida] was the leader of a gang of drug dealers operating under the cover of a shipping office inside the port. He succeeded in recruiting his little brother Khamis [Mahmoud El Guindi] for the narcotics trade, but their sister Fatma [Youssra] refused to engage in this illicit activity. She objected to their criminal trade and remained a simple sales worker at a clothing store. Fatma had a love relationship with Mansour [Youssef Mansour], a friend to her brother Khamis, but he was away from the neighborhood for many years; when he returned they renewed their relationship and decided to marry. The return of Mansour and his emotional tie with Fatma are a central part of the film's early development. Al-Agrudy [Nour El-Demerdash], a narcotics dealer in competiton with Hamam, wanted to marry Fatma, but she refused him. During an argument with Hamam he killed Zein [Ashraf Abdel Baqi], one of Hamam's agents; Khamis took revenge by killing three members of Al-Agrudy's gang. Al-Agrudy demanded that Hamam kill his brother Khamis, but Hamam just made his brother apologize to Al-Agrudy. Mansour, an athletic man skilled in shooting and the martial arts who had been absent for a considerable period engaged in unknown activity, then emerged as a police agent charged with purging the Port of Alexandria of narcotics gangs; he asked Fatma to help him with his secret mission. Hamam shot his brother Khamis, who died later in a hospital. Fatma was heartbroken and furious with her brother Hamam. Hamam was then killed in a confrontation by Al-Agrudy as Fatma watched. Then Mansour took on Al-Agrudy's gang in a heroic one-against-many fight; just as Al-Agrudy was about to shoot Mansour, Fatma shot and killed him, thus completing the purge of the Port of Alexandria. Youssra gets top billing on the poster for this film and she deserves it. She holds the film together.

Cast and crew: Nader Galal, Youssra, Mahmoud Hemida, Mahmoud El Guindi, Youssef Mansour, Nour El-Demerdash, Ashraf Abdel Baqi, Mohamed Dia, Samir Farag, Magdy Hidaya, Othman Abdul Menem, Ahmed Abo Abeya, Diaa El-Merghani, Sayed Hatem, Khaled Youssef, Fekri Sadeq, Abir Adel

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Saturday, May 3, 2014

The Police Inspector [مفتش المباحث] (Youssef Wahby) - (1960)

The Police Inspector [mofatesh al-mobahes] (Youssef Wahby) - (1960) oversize Egyptian film poster

Pictured is a 34" x 47" Egyptian poster designed by Fawzi to promote the 1960 84-minute Hussein Fawzi black-and-white film The Police Inspector [mofatesh al-mobahes] starring Youssef Wahby based on a story by Hussein Fawzi with dialogue by El-Sayed Ziada and cinematography by Mohamed Abdel Azim. Plot summary: The husband [Abdel Hafiz al-Tatawy] of a pretty dancer named Hoda [Sharifa Fadel] catches her with her lover Hossam and pulls out a gun to shoot her. In her defense Hossam [Rushdy Abaza] turns the gun back against the husband and shoots him. Hossam flees and as he is about to board a train he sees a police inspector [Youssef Wahby] at the station, who then sits opposite him in the passenger car. Hossam moves to another car but the officer follows him and falls asleep with him in a private cabin; Hossam leaves the train and gets on a bus, but the officer again runs to catch the bus and sits opposite him. At this point Hossam is convinced the officer is pursuing him and confesses to the shooting. He is surprised when he learns the inspector knows nothing about his crime; the inspector has just been on his way to attend his sister's wedding. The inspector decides to cancel the vacation to turn the criminal in. On the way to the police station during another escape attempt it becomes clear to the officer that Hossam has fled his father's home and that he has seduced a girl who has had his baby. The inspector has emotional conflicts and wants to correct what is between Hossam and Hoda. He brings them together and discovers the man Hossam shot did not die. Hossam is released and goes back to Hoda.

Cast and crew: Hussein Fawzi, Rushdy Abaza, Sharifa Fadel, Nagwa Fouad, Zeinab Sedky, Youssef Wahby, Mohamed Abdel Azim, El-Sayed Ziada, Abdel Hafiz al-Tatawy, Zakaria Soleyman, Nour Mohamed, Ahmed Said, Anwar Mohamed

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Soft Hands [الأيدي الناعمة] (Sabah) - (1963)

Soft Hands [al-aydi al-na'ema] (Sabah) - (1963) Egyptian film poster

This is a 27" x 39" Egyptian poster designed by Taki, Mohamed Abdel Aziz and Studio Marcel to promote the 1963 Mahmoud Zulfikar film Soft Hands [al-aydi al-na'ema] based on a story by Tewfik El-Hakim with screenplay and dialogue by Youssef Gohar and cinematography by Hesham Wadid Serri. Plot summary: This film tells the story of a man's problematic descent from a life of sumptious aristocratic privilege to the life of an ordinary member of the wealthy middle class. He never loses his huge home or suffers any drastic losses of comfort or convenience; his journey is accompanied with occasional sweet ballads by Sabah, who finally becomes his wife. As the narrative goes, Prince Shawkat [Ahmed Mazhar] loses his wealth and the revolution leaves him with only his mansion. He lives in hopes of selling his paintings. One night while out walking he sees someone selling roasted corn and tries to trade one of his medals for an ear of it, but the seller refuses the trade. A man named Hamuda [Salah Zulfikar] observes this. Hamuda, also broke even though he has a doctorate in Arabic grammar, buys the prince an ear of roasted corn. The two develop a rapport and the prince appoints Hamuda as his private secretary in exchange for room and board. When Hamuda sees paintings on a wall belonging to the prince's daughters Jihan [Mariam Fakhr Eddine] and Mervat [Laila Taher], the prince tells him Jihan has died, while his daughter Mervat has married Salem [Ahmed Louxor], a mechanical engineer. This marriage has angered the prince and Mervat's sister Jihan, who has had to move in with Mervat and Salem.

Salem's sister Karima [Sabah] is living in a villa with their father Abdul Salam [Hussein Assar]. Karima is a young widow who likes the prince and decides to go with his daughter Jihan to make a secret visit to the palace. Knowing the prince is broke, she leaves him some money on a table. Jihan sees Hamuda, recognizes him and assures him she is not really dead. Karima insists the prince must go with her to the market so he can carry the vegetables and a goose. He begins cultivating his own garden but he wears gloves while doing this to keep from hurting his soft hands. The prince decides to try to get a job playing the role of a prince in a film, but he fails the audition while Hamuda succeeds and gets the role. Hamuda is now able to propose to Jihan. The prince begins composing a symphony at a piano; Mervat and Jihan buy the symphony after a number of other people refuse to do so. The prince believes people like his music until Hamuda tells him the truth; this angers him and he decides to look for a job. He finds one with a tourist company as an Egyptian riverboat pilot and tour guide. Hamuda, Karima and Jihan are with him on one of his Nile cruises. Karima is happy the prince is working and earning with the sweat of his brow. After he finishes his descriptions of the attractions for the tourists the prince gives Karima an engagement ring; Hamuda does the same thing with Jihan--the happy ending complete with marriages! We all knew it was coming.

Cast and crew: Sabah, Mariam Fakhr El-Din, Ahmed Mazhar, Salah Zulfikar, Laila Taher, Mahmoud Zulfikar, Tewfik El-Hakim, Youssef Gohar, Wedad Hamdy, Kamel Anwar, Hussein Assar, Ahmed Louxor, Ahmed Khamis

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Thursday, May 1, 2014

The Marital Obedience Dwelling [بيت الطاعة] (Youssef Wahby) - (1960)

The Marital Obedience Dwelling [beyt al-ta'a] (Youssef Wahby) - (1960) Egyptian film poster

Pictured is a 27" x 39" Egyptian promotional poster designed by Hassan Mazhar Gasour to promote the 1953 101-minute Youssef Wahby black-and-white musical comedy The Marital Obedience Dwelling [beyt al-ta'a] starring Youssef Wahby based on story and screenplay by Youssef Wahby with cinematography by Mostafa Hassan. Plot summary: In this domestic battle of the sexes comedy there is harsh bickering between husband Gamil Rushdy [Youssef Wahby] and wife Fekiya [Hoda Soltan]. The husband insults his wife and their life becomes such an unbearable hell that the husband uses an obedience cane on his wife. This only makes matters worse so they go to a judge. The wife demands a divorce and the husband demands that she live with him in a marital obedience dwelling. The judge sides with the husband and orders the wife to obey her husband and live in a special obedience dwelling where she must do as he directs. The wife complies and goes to the obedience dwelling (a special apartment that has been rented and furnished for the purpose with such things as signs that read "relatives are scorpions" and "down with my mother-in-law") along with her mother [Marie Munib], who was the reason for most of the bickering. The husband works on refining his wife and the mother-in-law learns not to interfere in her daughter's affairs. Peace is restored, the disagreements between them disappear and love and happiness replace the disputes that were ruining their lives.

Cast and crew: Youssef Wahby, Hoda Soltan, Ismail Yasseen, Farid Shawqi, Marie Munib, Zouzou Mady, Mostafa Hassan, Hagar Hamdi, Fakher Fakher, Hussein El-Meliguy, Shafik Noureddin, Amina Kheyri, Hassan el Baroudi, Mohamed Sabih, Gamalat Zayed, Abdel Aziz Badawi

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The Dead among the Living [بداية ونهاية] (Omar Sharif) - (1960)

The Dead among the Living [bedaya wa nehaya] (Omar Sharif) - (1960) Egyptian film poster

Pictured is an original 27" x 39" Egyptian poster made to promote the 1960 127-minute Salah Abouseif black-and-white film The Dead among the Living [bedaya wa nehaya] based on a novel by Naguib Mahfouz with screenplay by Salah Ezzedine, dialogue by Ahmed Shawqi and Kamel Abdel Salam and cinematography by Kamal Korayem. Plot summary: The head of the household died leaving the family suffering from hardship and deprivation. The oldest son Hassan [Farid Shawqi] ended up living in a depraved neighborhood dealing in drugs and women. Hussein [Kamal Hussein] the middle son took work with his middle school diploma to provide an opportunity for his brother Hassanein [Omar Sharif] to complete his studies and go to the war college. The daughter Nafisa [Sanaa Gamil] was without beauty and found herself driven out of the life of Soliman [Salah Mansour] the grocer after sinning with him. She continued on this disreputable path without any friends. She helped her brother Hassanein and her mother [Amina Rizk] with small amounts of money she had acquired. Hassanein graduated as an officer. He turned his back on his family, his fiancee Bayeha [Amal Farid] and his social milieu and rose to associate with the wealthy class through marriage. Hassan returned to his family broken-hearted, wounded and driven out of the police force. At the same time Hassanein was summoned to the police station because his sister had been accused of debauchery. Hassanein was in denial at first, but then knocked Nafisa down, kicked dirt on her and finally goaded her into drowning herself to eliminate the scandal after he was forced to acknowledge her guilt. This is the confrontation depicted on the poster. Then when it was too late he regretted her death, thought about his own life, saw his own world in ruins and jumped into the Nile himself.

This film is on film critic Ahmad Al-Hadari's 2007 list of the 100 most important Egyptian films.

Cast and crew: Salah Abouseif, Farid Shawqi, Amina Rizk, Amal Zayed, Sanaa Gamil, Kamal Hussein, Salah Mansour, Omar Sharif, Abdel Khalek Saleh, Kamal Korayem, Naguib Mahfouz, Amina Rizk, Amal Farid, Hamed Morsi, Ahmed Shoukry, Souraya Fakhry, Mokhtar Hussein, Mohamed Hamdi, Abdel Moniem Ismail, Kamal Karim, Salah Ezzedine, Ahmed Shawqi, Kamel Abdel Salam

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