Always with You
|Directed by||Henry Barakat|
|Produced by||Mohamed Fawzi|
|Written by||Henry Barakat|
Abdel Waress Assar
|Music by||Mohamed Fawzi|
Dayman Ma`ak (Arabic: دايما معاك, Always With You) is a 1954 Egyptian musical comedy romance film directed and co-written by Henry Barakat and starring Mohamed Fawzi, Salah Nazmi, Faten Hamama, and Abdel Waress Assar.
Tefeeda is a girl who leaves her brother-in-law, who was forcing her to steal. She hides with a friend who lives with three young men, and one of them, starts flirting with her, but she resists him. She marries her friend after the man tries to separate them several times. The story climaxes with a mysterious murder investigation.
- "Film summary" (in Arabic). Faten Hamama's official site. Retrieved 2007-01-25.
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