Gaber has no interest in politics but is very interested in Marzouk’s beautiful schoolgirl daughter, Mona, one of those wonderful mid-20s teenagers. His feelings are requited.The two men catch a bus together, and wrestle over who should pay the other’s fare. Marzouk wins out, but doesn’t have the correct change and the ticket collector marches them both off to the police station. —Prison Movies
Born on the 17th of August in 1932.Hussein Kamal is a film director who owns an intellectual vision of art, he is one of the most important directors of the traditional Egyptian cinema.His own tendencies towards art took off at a young age; as he tried to study the art of cinema after he completed his school but his father forced him to study commerce.After getting his high school diploma of commerce from the Le Ferares. He traveled to Paris to achieve his old dream, as he joined the Academy of Cinema, to study the art of direction, and he was graduated in 1954.
When he returned to Egypt he worked as a director for programs like (The magazine of youth, Issues and opinions).After awhile he directed a number of Television series. His most remarkable T.V work was (The Juncture); inspired by a novel written by Naguib Mahfouz, he also won first prize for drama at the T.V festival in 1964. After that Hussein Kamal made his second film (Al Bostagy-1968). Hussein Kamal had managed to… read more