The movie revolves around the problem of an important principle that has been missing from the minds and hearts of many Egyptian youth nowadays, that is loyalty to the motherland. The movie... See full summary »
Choubra, cosmopolitan neighborhood of Cairo. Hatem, maggoty police officer, handles this neighborhood with an iron hand. Every single citizen fears and hates him. Only Nour, a young woman ... See full summary »
Youssef El Sherif
Undermined by poverty the lead character, Hassan, resolves to theft in order to feed his family. While on the run from the authorities Hassan stumbles across a young fugitive named Salma ... See full summary »
Ahmed Nader Galal
Karim Abdel Aziz
Hossam returns home to Cairo for New Year's Eve after a year's separation from his wife. At the airport, his plans for a romantic night (and to conceive a child) are thwarted by several events, including a terrorist plot.
A personal tragedy brings a woman closer to a handful of trusted friends in this independent drama. Salma (Hanan Turk) is a middle-aged woman who has achieved success in her profession but ... See full summary »
I think this is one of the best film in the last 10 years in Egypt, and it is from a real true story about terrorist in Egypt in 80s and 90s before they go to Afghanistan.. (Mahmoud Abdel-Moghni) "Reda Reesha" do this with a great acting and (Salah Abdallah), (Youssra), (Amr Waked) and (Mona Zaki) do a good job and (Mohamed Yassine) here is a great director with (Wahid Hamid) one of the best Writer for an Egyptian cinema ever.
And the big star in this movie with this people I already mention the decor of the district is amazing.
But I think there is a bad thing in this movie and I think it is for the commercial point.. the role of (Aida Ryad) is nothing at all and it is just to do something not important in the story at all and to give us an opposite view of the terroristic with her neighbor "Gaber Emaish" (Nour El-Sheriff).. and when you see the movie maybe you get bored in the second half of it and this feeling get to you because (Nour El-Sheriff) not as good as all the actors on this film.. As we know (Nour El-Sheriff) is one of the important actors in Egypt but I think here in -Dam el Ghazal- he just act as a small actor and he don't do his job and in other side the director is fall in this mistake .. (Nour El-Sheriff) in this movie is miss-cast But all the other is In
I hope you like this movie like I do
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