Entire Life Story, The [hekayet ol-'omr kolluh] (1965) - (Farid Al Atrache/Faten Hamama) three-piece Egyptian film poster F, EX $125 *
Size: 64.5" x 39"
Condition: Folded Excellent (minor edge damage)
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Pictured is a three-piece 64" x 39" promotional poster for the 1965
130-minute black-and-white Helmy Salim film The Entire Life Story,
with story and screenplay by Helmy Salim and cinematography by Wahid
Farid. Plot Summary: The musician Farid (Farid Al Atrache) had many
friends who spent the night at his home. He lived his life fully.
Nadia (Faten Hamama) came to his house one day to tell him she was the
daughter of his professor who had just died. Farid asked her to stay
at his house. There was no doubt that the presence of the girl in his
house would be quite undignified for him and would tarnish his
reputation; this caused him to have a heart attack. Nadia began taking
care of him and nursing him; feelings of love grew in one of them, and
that was the musician. However Nadia loved Mamdouh (Ahmed Ramzy),
Farid's little brother who had returned from abroad. Their affairs
fell into disarray as the love between the two of them grew, while
Farid tried to reveal his feelings to Nadia without knowing about his
brother's feelings for Nadia. A friend tried to convince Farid that
she loved him and Farid's best friend Sami defended her in
that. However Laila (Leila Fawzi) always felt frustrated while Farid
was always distracted from Laila and tried to give the reasons why he
loved Nadia, who ran away with her love and by chance went to the city
of Alexandria for a honeymoon. Farid met them at the train station to
bless them and acknowledge their love.
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