Al-Ustazah Fatimah

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Al-Ustazah Fatimah
الأستاذة فاطمة
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Al-Ustazah Fatimah poster
Directed by Fatin Abdel Wahab
Produced by Amir Film
Written by Ali El Zorkani
Starring Faten Hamama
Kamal Al-Shennawi
Music by Fouad El Zahiri
Cinematography Waheed Hamed
Distributed by Nile Cinema
Release date
Egypt 1952
Running time
105 minutes
Country Egypt
Language Arabic

Al-Ustazah Fatimah About this sound listen  (Arabic: الأستاذة فاطمة‎‎, English: Miss Fatimah or The Lawyer Fatimah) is a 1952 Egyptian comedy film directed by Fatin Abdel Wahab. It starred Kamal Al-Shennawi and Faten Hamama and was written by Ali El Zorkani.

Plot[edit]

Fatimah (Faten Hamama) is law student that graduates from law school and starts her own law firm. In law school she meets Adel (Kamal Al-Shennawi), another student, and the two share a romantic relationship. The movie highlights the difficulties that working women suffered during that period in the Egyptian society. One of Adel's clients involves him in a crime. Adel becomes a suspect himself but by the support and defense of Fatimah, he gains his freedom. After winning the case, Fatimah and Adel marry each other.

References[edit]

  • Film summary, Faten Hamama's official site. Retrieved on January 17, 2007.

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