Struggle for Life [ma'reket al-hayat] (1951) - (Hussein Sedki) oversize Egyptian film poster F, EX $150 *
Size: 46.75" x 34.75"
Condition: Folded Excellent (edge damage)
Pictured is a 46.75" x 34.75" Egyptian poster by an unknown artist for
the 100-minute black-and-white Hussein Sedki film Struggle for
Life starring Hussein Sedki based on a screenplay by Hussein Sedki
with cinematography by Mohamed Abdel Azim with dialogue by Abdel
Moniem Shaker. Plot summary: Ahmed worked successfully at a law firm.
His brother Fadel worked in a factory. The two of them were different
on religious matters because Ahmed was a firm religious believer while
Fadel was a materialist. He married Samia, the daughter of the owner
of the factory where he worked, because he was hoping to get some of
her father's money. When he got one of his fellow workers fired, his
brother Ahmed agreed to defend the worker in court, but Fadel plotted
to have the worker kidnapped to prevent him appearing in court to
defend himself. Ahmed married a woman named Fathia and had a child,
while Fadel and Samia lived a life of luxury and partying. Then Fadel
became ill and died and Ahmed became trustee of his family affairs.
Samia objected to this, but finally went insane in a mental hospital.
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