Dr. Shukri Mokhtar is a renowned social psychology specialist, best known for his ability to answer the simplest questions, who decides to give one last lecture about the very simple question: "how do we love?".
Samir is the head of a small family and a bank employee and stable in his work, but separated after the decision to reduce the employment and then surprise that his bank balance zero and ... See full summary »
Maged El Kedwany,
A man who works in a pharmacy as a part time job to aid his financial status finds out that his father has been exterminated by a savage brute and sought to avenge him, then unlocks a whole melancholic world of crime!
Maged El Kedwany
A 30 years old Egyptian goes back to Egypt after living in America for 20 years, where he has a hard time coping with the difference, Specially after he loses his identity and all his money and becomes stuck in Egypt.
Dr. Shukri Mokhtar is a renowned social psychology specialist who decides to give one last lecture before his departure from the world. Best known for his ability to answer the simplest questions, Dr. Mokhtar in his last lecture answers the very simple question: "how do we love?". He gives a full description of the different stages of love by recounting four different love stories going through curves and various crises. Although the four stories do not seem to be connected, they share one essential element that connects them all to each others and even to the seemingly sick lecturer.Written by
its the best movie from two years in Arabic. it has the good construction of story based on the book of Mohamed sadek Hepta. the directing is astonishing from had Eli beggary and cinematography too is very good. the script is fascinating. the role of mag ed Eli kedwany and his voice is so magnetic in the movie when he start talking every one in the cinema is silent hearing his voice. he is totally charismatic. Ahmed malik and Camilla awed is the too real in their shots and i was more than pleased when the story came to their part. the role of Ahmed beadier and Jasmine Rae's is good but amr youssef character in the movie wasn't worked or designed well and it could be more cool than that. its really nice to have literary work turns to the cinema. &I predict an era of literary works to come on the screen and this after a two successful experiments of the blue elephant and Hepta and the coming movie of diamond dust of the book of Ahmed mu rad. so it may be the lucky coming years of cinema in Egypt as an audience.
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