In 1933 in the village of Karnak in Luxor, sad lives with her husband Bakhit Bishari paraplegic and TB disease. And their daughter, Fahima, hopes to return her son Mustafa, who is absent and displaced to the Sudan in search of a livelihood. Married Mourning Jabali of Fahima after the death of her father, and because he is impotent, it delayed childbearing and pushed her mother to the temple to bless Sheikh Harun and mixed with faith in corruption, and the solution to come by the temple guard himself, and give birth to baby girl Farhana, which is not recognized by the father because of his impotence sexually sick Fahima and die to remedy them are primitive, with the years and is seeking Farhana granddaughter with her grandmother sad for their livelihood. Farhana bear a serial killer. Back of her uncle Mustafa after his long and trying to change the concepts of the people of the village to no avail. Farhana die I’m dead at the hands of her aunt. —IMDb
Khairy Beshara (Arabic: خيري بشارة; b. June 30, 1947 in Tanta, Egypt) is an Egyptian film director active in the Egyptian film industry since the 1970s. He is considered one of the Egyptian directors who re-defined Realism in Egyptian cinema in the 1980s.
Beshara completed his high school in Cairo then joined the Egyptian Higher Institute of Cinema where he graduated in 1967. He then went to Warsaw, Poland on a fellowship for two years where he met his future wife, Monika Kowalczyk. He started his career with a focus on documentaries then moved to feature narratives and directed 12 long features that were screened at various international film festivals. He is one of the first Egyptian and Arab directors to venture into digital film making in the late 1990s. —Wikipedia