Papa (2012 Egyptian film)

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Papa
Directed by Akram Farid
Produced by Walid Al Kurdi
Written by Karim Famy
Starring
Production
company
Distributed by New Century Production
Release date
  • August 12, 2012 (2012-08-12) (Egypt)
Country Egypt
Language Arabic

Papa (Egyptian Arabic: بابا‎, translit. Baba) is a 2012 Egyptian drama film written by Karim Famy, directed by Akram Farid, and produced by Walid Al Kurdi for New Century Production. The film stars Ahmed El Sakka, Dorra Zarrouk, Nicole Saba and Salah Abdallah, and was first released in Egypt on 12 August 2012.

Plot[edit]

Hazem (Ahmed Al Sakka) is a successful gynaecologist who falls in love with Farida (Durrah) who works as an interior designer. When they get married, Hazem discovers his inability to father children and the two seek a medical solution through in vitro fertilization

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