CAIRO –21 September 2017: Al-Horeia Center for Creativity at Alexandria presents on Thursday “Al Aar” (The Shame) movie in the closing of Nour El Sherif’s film week which revives the second memory of the El Sherif’s death.
The movie tells the story of a family inherits their father's drug business which leads to their undoing.
“Al Aar” (The Shame) is an Egyptian movie that was released in 1982; the film is directed by Ali Abdel Khalek and written by Mahmoud Abu Zaid. It stars Egyptian actors Hussein Fahmy, Mahmoud Abdelaziz and Noura.
Al Aar (The Shame) movie poster
Nour El Sherif film week which occurred from September 17 till 21, takes place simultaneously at El Hanager Arts Center in Cairo.
*was born in 1946 as Mohamed Gaber, and he was an Egyptian actor and producer who died at the age of 69.
Sherif graduated from the Higher Institute for Theatrical Studies in 1967. He has performed great roles in drama, cinema and on stage.
He is survived by his wife, Egyptian actress Poussy.
The films were presented during the week were “Hadoota Masrya”(An Egyptian Tale), “Al Ekhwa Al Aadaa”(Enemy Brothers), “Habeeby Daeiman” (My Lover, Always) and “El Maseer”(The Fate).
Al-Horeia Center for Creativity at Alexandria held a week in dedication for Nour El Sherif in affiliation with the Ministry of Culture and the Cultural Development Fund.
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