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 »
Married (amal) of the train driver (Mahmoud), which seems to Java, and deal with them harshly based on the tips of his friends, feel (amal) strong Ptatth of love, despite the presence of ... See full summary »
A chance meeting at an auction brings together Sawsan (Faten Hamama), a working class girl and Adel (Omar Sharif), heir to a vast fortune with several estates to his name. This leads to a ... See full summary »
(Salah) and his cousin (Souad) living a love story and Itaahidon to marry, and in one day, cost him his uncle task of revenue collection from the castle, and there meets up with (Aziza ... See full summary »
El Sayed Bedeir
Tawfik El Deken,
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 »
'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,
Insurance representative of the client rich go to the work of an insurance policy, a wealthy married to a beautiful young tempted even located in the nets and cemented their relationship, ... See full summary »
Kamal El Sheikh
Youssef Fakhr Eddine,
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 »
Gharam el assiad / Love of the masters is one of the finest movies I've seen
This movie is one of the greatest movies I've ever seen although I don't like romance movies a lot. The cast is just perfect as well as the story -actualy for Samuel A. Taylor- and the directing. Here you can see Ahmed Mazhar at his pest also Omar El-Sheriff was very good. The film in ARABIC which means it's limited for Arabic audience but I can recommend it for other audience if they like to watch subtitled movies -I do it myself all the time- but for those how don't want/like to I recommend for them to watch Sabrian (1995) starring Harrison Ford and Julia Ormond OR the (1954) version starring Humphrey Bogart and Audrey Hepburn based on the original story of Samuel A. Taylor. Cheers for Samuel A. Taylor for his amazing emotional story and for all actors who played this master piece on screen.
0 of 0 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?
| Report this