We Must Love in the Summer [fil-seyf lazem neheb] (1974) - (Salah Zulfikar) Egyptian film poster F, NM $45 *
Size: 27" x 39"
Condition: Folded Near Mint
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This is an Egyptian poster designed to promote the 1974 Mohamed Abdel Aziz 106-minute color film We Must Love in the Summer [fil-seyf lazem neheb] starring Salah Zulfikar based on a story by Mohamed Hassan and Mohamed Salem with screenplay and dialogue by Mohamed Salem and cinematography by Mostafa Imam. Plot summary: Dr. Nabil [Salah Zulfikar] took four of his patients from a hospital for nervous disorders to Alexandria believing they would be cured by mixing with the people. One of them was Ahmed [Nour El-Sherif, who lived with numbers and had a breakdown while working at a bank. The second was an amateur musician named Medhat Youssef [Samir Sabri], who competed for a prize at a song festival but failed. The third was Mohamed Youssef the mathematician who went to the hospital because of a personal crisis, and the fourth was Geneidy [Sameer Ghanem] the soccer player who had failed as his team's goalee and who believed there were conspiracies all around him. On the way to Alexandria they met a man named Fadel Abdel Hafiz [Abdel Moneim Madbouly] and his daughters on the al-Agami beach. Maggie [Magda El-Khatib] became friends with Ahmed, Mohamed became friends with Zainab [Amira], Medhat became friends with Madiha [Madiha Kamel] and Geneidy became friends with Rawia [Lebleba]. In the midst of comedic, musical and dance scenes at the beach and in the hotel Dr. Nabil restored his patients to health, and they even demonstrated they were all normal when the police came to investigate a complaint about the presence of deranged people at the hotel. Of course they all fell in love and lived happily ever after.
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