Streets of Fire [shaware men nar] (R1994) - (Nour El-Sherif) Egyptian one-sheet F, EX $45 *
Size: 25.5" x 37"
Condition: Folded, Excellent
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This film is based on Billy Wilder's Irma La Douce with a story
that begins in 1942 beside the Suez Canal in the city of Ismailia
Egypt. The poster measures 25.5" x 37" and was designed for a 1994
rerelease of Samir Seif's 1984 108-minute color film Streets of
Fire starring Nour El-Sherif based on screenplay and dialogue by
Ibrahim al-Mawgi and Ahmed Saleh with cinematography by Essam Farid.
Plot summary: A policeman named Imam [Nour El-Sherif] was transferred
from Ismailia to Cairo to work in a red light district. He fell in
love with a whore named Nousa [Madiha Kamel] who worked with a local
thug named Galal [Sayed Zayan], but Imam did not know Nousa was a
whore. In an incident defending Nousa, Imam beat up a British soldier
and then lost his job. He returned to the neighborhood looking for
work, became a pimp and got into a fight with Galal. Imam won the
fight, became the district's dominant tough guy and married
Nousa. Later when prostitution was outlawed, Imam took to nightclub
life and then joined revolutionaries fighting the British. A year
earlier the 1983 Nader Galal film Five Doors Bar [khamsa bab]
had also been based on Irma La Douce, set at about the same
time in Cairo's Ezbekia district.
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