Woman Marked for Destruction [emraa ayla lel soqut] (1991) - (Youssra) Egyptian film poster F, NM $95 *
Size: 27" x 39"
Condition: Folded, Near Mint
Pictured is a promotional poster designed by Morteda Anise for the
1991 120-minute color film Woman Marked for Destruction [emraa
ayla lel soqut] written and directed by Medhat El-Sebaiy and starring
Youssra as Ahlam based on a story taken from court cases, with
cinematography by Tarek El-Telmisany. Plot summary: Poverty drove
Ahlam to the commission of illegal acts for which she was never
arrested such as swindling, theft and prostitution; she formed a
professional gang with two clever thieves named Mohsen [Mohamed Kamel]
and Sharif [Ramzi Gheith]. Ahlam fell in love with Shukry, [Mahmoud
Hemida] a novice journalist and they dreamed together about wealth and
freedom. Then she dumped him for a wealthy man who refused to marry
her after seducing her. She was passed from one man to another and
became a whore. She was imprisoned on false testimony; after her
release she married a waiter named Hamdy [Abdel Aziz Makhyoun] at a
nightclub where she worked, but then she discovered he was addicted to
heroin. The owner of the house raped her in front of her husband, but
he made no move to save her. The thieves Mohsen and Sharif broke into
a wealthy woman's villa, stole her jewels and killed her and her son.
Her little girl Abir [Amira Ibrahim] saw them and ran away. The
thieves hid the stolen jewels in Ahlam's apartment but the police
arrested the three of them. Ahlam was sentenced to death because the
evidence of the crime was found in her apartment. Ahlam's former
fiancee Shukry came to her defense and went looking for Abir, the only
witness who could save Ahlam from the noose.
This film was made in Turkey.
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