Lak Yawm Ya Zalem
|Lak Yawm Ya Zalem|
Faten Hamama and Mohammed Tawfik in Lak Yawm Ya Zalem
|Directed by||Salah Abouseif|
Lak Yawm Ya Zalem listen (help·info) (Arabic: لك يوم يا ظالم, Your Day Will Come) is a classic 1951 Egyptian drama film directed by Salah Abouseif. It starred Faten Hamama, Mahmoud el-Meliguy, Mohammed Tawfik and Mohsen Sarhan and was chosen as one of the best 150 Egyptian film productions in 1996, during the Egyptian Cinema centennial. The film was presented in the Berlin International Film Festival.
A greedy man betrays his friend and falls in love with his wife, who is a rich lady. He kills him and marries the widow. He steals her money and jewellery and mistreats her. He is then arrested by the police and receives his punishment.
- Film summary, Faten Hamama's official site. Retrieved on January 10, 2007.
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