Immortal Song (film)

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Immortal Song
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Directed by Henry Barakat
Written by Henry Barakat
Yussef Issa
Starring Faten Hamama
Farid Al Atrache
Seraj Munir
Music by Farid Al Atrache
Cinematography Abdelhalim Nasr
Release date
  • 1952 (1952)
Country Egypt
Language Arabic

Immortal Song (Arabic: لحن الخلود‎‎, Lahn al-Kholood About this sound listen ) is a 1952 Egyptian romance/drama film directed by Henry Barakat. It stars Farid Al Atrache, Faten Hamama, Majda, Madiha Yousri, and Seraj Munir.

Plot[edit]

Waheed (Farid Al Atrache), a famous music composer, meets Wafa' (Faten Hamama), a family member and the daughter of a close friend and relative of his. Wafa' has secretly had a crush on him for years and tries unsuccessfully to show her affection and hint that to Waheed. He thinks her love is nothing more than an expected family member's fondness.

Wafa's father dies and Waheed offers her and her sister to move into his house and live with him and promises to take care of them. Wafa' finds herself living under the same roof with the man she loves, except that Waheed is going to marry a woman named Siham (Madiah Yousri). Time passes and Wafa' tries hardly to express her love to Waheed. She treats him well and pampers him and he eventually falls in love with her.

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References[edit]

  • Film summary, Faten Hamama's official site. Retrieved on January 11, 2007.
  • Film summary, Adab wa Fan. Retrieved on January 11, 2007.

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