Three days in a man's life, three crucial days in his long existence. Day one. Autumn 1948, Port Said. It is Hassan's first day at work but a telegram arrives and he has to set sail across ...
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When the lives of Mahmoud, a Muslim Sheikh (Omar Sharif) and Boulos, a Christian Priest (Adel Imam) are threatened by religious extremists on both sides, the Egyptian government inducts ... See full summary »
Ali Abd-El-Zaher is a member of an Isalmic radical group which has been launching attacks against the government and the society under the orders of the spiritual leader Brother Saif. Ali ... See full summary »
The fascinating story of a brave young scientist from 11th century Arabia. Ibn Al-Haytham embarks upon a quest to uncover ancient mysteries that would change our world forever. A journey of science from darkness into light.
Identical triplets Simsim, Prince and Bebo have spent their entire lives working as con artists and causing people to believe they are one person named Reda. The brothers fall in love with ... See full summary »
This unique black and white film is a psychological drama about an Egyptian production designer named Maha. The film takes an unnerving turn when she finds herself transported into a ... See full summary »
Khaled Abol Naga,
Maged El Kedwany,
Three days in a man's life, three crucial days in his long existence. Day one. Autumn 1948, Port Said. It is Hassan's first day at work but a telegram arrives and he has to set sail across the Atlantic. On the ship he meets the beautiful Nura: It is love at first sight for them both and it will be consummated that very day, also because of the arrival of the man Nura has already promised to marry. Day two. Autumn 1973. Alexandria of Egypt. Hassan is in the city to meet Nadia, Nura's daughter, at the deathbed of her twin brother. From what the children say, Hassan is led to believe he is Nadia's father. Day three. Autumn 2001, Cairo. Hassan is in the city to meet Alì, Nadia's son. They begin seeing one another and Hassan observes numerous similarities with the boy... Written by