I Love the Cinema [baheb as-sima] (2004) - (Leila Eloui) Style B Egyptian film poster F, EX $40 *
Size: 26.5" x 38.5"
Condition: Folded, Excellent (minor edge damage)
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This is a 26.5" x 38.5" Egyptian poster designed by Focus to
promote the 2004 Ooussama Fawzi film I Love the Cinema [baheb
al-sima] starring Youssef Osman based on a story by Hani Fawzi with
cinematography by Tarek El-Telmisany. This is controversial film
narrated by Sherif Mounir as the voice of the six-year-old boy Na'eem
as he recalls his upbringing. This film is about a Coptic family in
1960s Shubra in the time of Gamal Abdel Nasser's presidency; it pushes
a number of religious, sexual and ethical boundaries in a story told
by a 40-year-old man remembering his childhood conflicts with a father
who assured him his love of film would surely lead to his eternal
damnation. Some Copts in Egypt were offended by what they saw as a
tendency to ridicule Chritianity and they tried though legal action
to prevent it being shown.
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