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Yehia (Khaled Abol Naga) rents an apartment in the Heliopolis suburb of Cairo away from his parents' & close to his Banking & stocks investment work company, to discover that the spirit or ghost! of an ex-tenant Tahany is present in the apartment. Along with the rural girl from Menya Nagwa (Ghada Adel) who knocks on his door one day, He starts a journey to explore more about Tahany or hopefully find her for Nagwa!. The journey explores much more than he expected.Written by
Well, from the very first moment the movie goes smooth and relieving! i like the fact that "Tahany" was the symbol of love.. As well, for all the previous movies we see before, when a train leave it means chance for love has left...but here it is definitely the opposite! Just gotta watch it, and appreciate simple love! I think Khan used "Masr el Gedida" as an image for Egypt nowadays, and how love has turned into an old fashioned trend. What an amazing choice of the old Arabic song "Alby Daleely" (My Heart is my guide"...She followed her heart all over the movie to finally reach for love. Khaled Abou ElNaga is definitely perfect for the role, with a non-dramatic acting style. Ghada Adel did an amazing role of a southern girl, lost in the disturbing life of Cairo and looking for love. And didn't we all loved Mrs. Tahany though we didn't even see her?! We have to raise a hat for Khan for such a movie.
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