Ayyamna al-Holwa

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Ayyamna al-Holwa
أيامنا الحلوة
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Main cast of Ayyamna al-Holwa. From left to right: Ali (Abdel Halim Hafez), Ramzy (Ahmed Ramzy), Hoda (Faten Hamama, and Ahmed (Omar Sharif)
Directed by Helmy Halim
Produced by Arab Film (الفلم العربي)
Written by Ali El Zorkani
Helmy Halim
Starring Faten Hamama
Omar Sharif
Abdel Halim Hafez
Ahmed Ramzy
Zeinat Sedki
Release dates 1955
Country Egypt
Language Arabic

Ayyamna al-Holwa About this sound listen  (Arabic: أيامنا الحلوة‎, English: Our Best Days or Our Beautiful Days) is a 1955 Egyptian romance/musical film directed and co-written by the Egyptian film director and writer Helmy Halim. It starred Abdel Halim Hafez, Ahmed Ramzy, Omar Sharif, and Faten Hamama. In 1996, during the Egyptian Cinema centennial, this film was selected one of the best 150 Egyptian film productions.

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Faten Hamama plays Hoda, a poor woman who leaves an orphanage to live with three young men (Ahmed, Ali, and Ramzi) in a room on a building rooftop. The three of these men fall in love with her, but she prefers Ahmed, who is played by Omar Sharif, and the others accept that and stay loyal to their friendship. When, one day, Hoda gets sick, the three men urgently work hard to gather enough money to pay for her surgery. The film is not conclusive about what happens to Hoda, but she is supposed to live with her sickness for the rest of her life and can hardly work or get married. What the film shows is the love and fraternity that is created in her friends through her sickness.

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