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Most Famous Love movies of the Egyptian cinema – Part 2

A movie that makes us cry and that unites us with the characters must be a labor of love. Alex Agenda has made a list of famous romantic movies and couples from the Egyptian cinema to celebrate the Egyptian Valentine’s Day on the 4th of November. Enjoy reading the list and remembering other romantic movies that moved your heart.

Al Khit Al Rafi’
The Fine Line
الخيط الرفيع

Production year: 1971

Couple: Mona&Adel

Actors: Faten Hamama, Mahmoud Yassine, Salah Nazmy

Director:  Henry Barakat 

Plot: Mona comes from a poor family; she has a modest job in a bank. Her father illness and her need for money force her to be the mistress of an old rich man. Mona meets Adel who works for her lover Abdou, he confesses his love for her. Later on, Mona persuades Adel to resign and start his own company; she gives him her jewelry as a capital and leaves Abdou her lover.Mona and Adel’s love faces many challenges along the way.

Trivia: Samira Abd Al Aziz, a fellow actress and a close friend to Faten Hamama revealed that an insult that the latter said unintentionally in one of the movie scenes caused her to cry for 3 days. Faten who was always keen to keep her art clean from vulgarity asked the director to cut the insult out but he refused the thing that made her very angry and depressed.

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