2 edition of Ana Hurra. found in the catalog.
|Statement||Dār Misr lil-Tabāah|
|Publishers||Dār Misr lil-Tabāah|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 78 p. :|
|Number of Pages||81|
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Ilwan is highly educated and he rebels against the traditional values and family feud. The courage and determination Ana Hurra. by the Palestinian political prisoners against the brutality of Israeli military occupation, especially by female prisoners, are displayed in this extraordinary play, Ana hurra. The play was considered as a first of its kind by all standards, but particularly in terms of providing details of Ana Hurra.
Palestinians go through in the Israeli occupation prisons, especially women. aka The Virgin Wife International: English title• In the first place it is quite unusual for a film to be quite so didactic — I think the modern tendency of art is to display and discuss issues rather than actually suggest what is right and wrong.
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with Ilwan in the Song of Death. The film is also known as part of 's Empowerment of Women Trilogy. He worked in the between 1949 and 1969 and shot acclaimed Egyptian films such Ana Hurra.
in 1957. It seemed odd, for a film with such a clearly overt political message not to try and present the pre-revolution Egypt as more obviously in dire need of change. However I enjoyed the first half much more than the second. I will not give in the ending, and only wish to add that Lubna Abdel Aziz gives a strong, Courageous Performance, and has the most interesting face I've ever seen on the Egyptian screen. However, from the offset this film had a clear point to make — the girl wanted to gain her freedom from traditions she saw as oppressive and prejudiced.
Abu Oqsa creates a theatre experience that is derived from the Palestinian reality through studies and in-depth research that lasted almost one year and culminated in interviews with several former Palestinian male and female political prisoners, documenting the experiences to the tiniest detail, delving into the unknown and revealing facts, constituting a precedent in the Palestinian theater and for the Palestinian prisoners in general.
The performance could not have reached this aesthetic brilliance and the acting could not have soared to this level had it not been for the deep feeling and the reformulation of the scenes to match the vibrations of the heart and the mind in terms of acting and directing.
Although there is certainly a love story element to the film, it is by no means the central point.
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