Ahmed Egyptian commando disappears inside a Palestinian village, cooperate with Salma, one of the village girls. The film depicts the guerrillas fighting for the liberation of Palestine and... See full summary »
Kamal El Sheikh
Abdel Salam Al Nabulsy,
Abdel Waress Assar,
Tewfik El Dekn
In a tribal society, governor Zaid decides to raise taxes on the people, and sends his men to kidnap women, and with time his strength increase , up to the tribe of Bani Mazen, he kills a ... See full summary »
Tewfik El Dekn,
Mariem Fakhr El Dine,
Reyad El Kasabgy
After suffering Egyptians from the oppression of the Mamluks and despotism clump the people and organize popular resistance to eliminate them and get rid of the ruling Circassians and the ... See full summary »
The people of Luxor decided to buy Sandal new submarine instead of the old sandal for river transport business, and cost the mayor Mujahid to go to buy, with a computerized data bank son of... See full summary »
'I Never Sleep' (also called 'Sleepless') is the story of Nadia Lotfi (Faten Hamama), a teenage girl raised by her father after her mother's untimely death. Her lifelong lack of a mother ... See full summary »
Mariem Fakhr El Dine,
After the death of the father, the family consisting of a mother and two young men and a girl themselves without a breadwinner finds, to begin each of them in the direction to a different ... See full summary »
Poor girl live on the surface next to the three poor young people fall in love with her all and discover they occur under the weight of the disease, which would be required to hold surgery,... See full summary »
Goha is a 1958 French-Tunisian film. It was starred by Omar Sharif and it was the cinema debut of Claudia Cardinale. At the 1958 Cannes Film Festival it was awarded with the Jury Prize and ... See full summary »
The film revolves around a young Ahmed, who works as an agronomist, and who returns to his village in the south of the valley, where his father works as Headmaster cultivation, Vinjeh in ... See full summary »
Slow, unremarkable story about a guy working for a big company looking for oil in the Lebanese desert stumbling upon uranium instead. There's lots of crosses and double crosses and the like but it's played more as soap opera then adventure as a couple of women are thrown into the mix. I watched this for a good half hour with out having any real idea what was going on and never really caring. It seemed to be lots of manly men talking to each other in the radio and ignoring instructions to hang it up and go back to Beirut. I didn't see the point. It picked up after that but the pacing was still such that I found myself nodding off. To be honest it was nice to see a very young, almost unrecognizable Omar Sharif in a supporting role, but the movie is a snoozer and its going into my case of DVDs I can fall asleep to.
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