Maw`ed Ma` al-Hayat
|Maw`ed Ma` al-Hayat|
Maw`ed Ma` al-Hayat poster
|Directed by||Ezzel Dine Zulficar|
|Written by||Ezzel Dine Zulficar|
Maw`ed Ma` al-Hayat (Arabic: موعد مع الحياة, English: Appointment with Life) is a 1953 Egyptian drama film directed and co-written by Ezzel Dine Zulficar. It starred Shukry Sarhan, Shadia, and Faten Hamama.
Faten Hamama plays Amal, the only daughter of a famous doctor, who lives with Fatimah (Shadia). Fatimah has a crush on Mamdouh, Amal's father, and Amal is in love with Ahmed, an engineer. Amal's father learns of a deadly disease that his daughter has, and decides to hide the truth from her. The doctors have told him that she has only about six months to live, if she can not be cured. Amal finds out and her father faces her with the truth. He requests a talented foreign specialist, who was actually able to cure her disease. She, after recovering, marries her longtime love, Ahmed.
- "Film summary" (in Arabic). Faten Hamama's official site. Retrieved 2007-01-25.
- "Film summary" (in Arabic). Arabic Movies. Retrieved 2007-01-25.[dead link]
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