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Safar barlek (1966)

| Musical, Drama
During the war in 1914, the Othoman empire forbided weat toenter the lands of Lebanon in order to make the Lebanese people starve. In addition to that, the Othoman empire was taking men to ... See full summary »

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... Adla
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Elie Choueiri ... Deeb
Berj Fazlian ... Re'fat Bek (as Berj Fazalian)
Salwa Haddad ... Oum Youssef
Abdallah Homsy ... As'ad
Huda ... Zoumorod
Leïla Karam ... Zahiyya
Mahmoud Mabsout
Joseph Nassif ... Elhasoon
Assi Rahbani ... Abu Ahmed
Mansour Rahbani
Ihsan Sadek ... Abdo
Nasri Shamseddine ... Elmoukhtar
Salah Tizani ... Fares
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During the war in 1914, the Othoman empire forbided weat toenter the lands of Lebanon in order to make the Lebanese people starve. In addition to that, the Othoman empire was taking men to work for free in forgotten places. From those men, Abdo; Adla's fiancé, who was taken also to work for free, in a place where persecution rules. Adla decides to look for her fiancé who hasn't returned to the village yet. But her decision has a cost that leads her to unpredictable situations. Written by Ely Sfeir

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Fairuz
19 January 2013 | by See all my reviews

in this movie Fairuz and Rahbani Brothers could approved that,

they are really unrepeatable myth,

they have a wide range of talents from composing, writing scenarios, writing lyrics, and also acting the scenes brilliantly, Their songs still one of the best memorable of all songs produced in the Arab World since 1950s till now. The very simple story show us what real Lebanon is. Lebanon is beautiful by its people not only by its breathtaking nature. The Lebanese who cannot afford the Ottoman injustice, the movie succeeded to demonstrate that, the human and the freedom is the target, and not the different sects which Lebanon consists of.


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