You are now following the news of the shocking details of the hottest scene in Egyptian cinema, which began with hot kisses and ended with a full relationship in the presence of the film crew .. And the director has not moved to stop the actors and now with the details.
Riyadh – Rowaida bin Abbas – A report has been released on an Egyptian film, which sparked a wave of controversy before and after its screening, and some have described one of its scenes from the time as a sexual intercourse between the hero and the heroine of the film.
In detail, the famous Egyptian director, Raafat Al-Mihi, presented in 1986 one of his most beautiful films, which was written by him, starring the artist Yahya Al-Fakharani, and one of the most famous stars of the seduction of the Egyptian cinema, the late Maali Zayed, and the film bore the title: “Love has a story”.
The film “Love is a Final Story”, was selected in the list of the 100 best films of Egyptian cinema, and its stories revolve around a teacher suffering from heart disease, and this teacher marries a poor girl, despite the opposition of his mother, who is trying to get him to divorce her in exchange for his right to inherit, so the wife fears for the life of her husband going through a serious illness, and although she does not believe in miracles, she resorts to superstitions, but in the end the disease triumphs and the husband dies.
Bold and unexpected scene
Artist Yahya Al-Fakharani was in the 1980s, at the height of his artistic activity and at the height of his genius, as he varied between theater, film and theater roles, but one day and one night he felt that his close relationship with his audience he was threatened with collapse after receiving a notice to appear before the Prosecutor of the Arts, due to a scandalous film scene, in one of the most important films in which he participated with the artist Maali Zayed.
It is known that the artist Yahya Al-Fakharani selects his works very carefully, but in the movie “Love is a Final Story”, there was a controversial scene and it included a hot scene different from what the audience was accustomed, and this scene is one of the main in the work because after it the hero dies.
Sex relationship in the studio
Censorship in the events of the film played its role and allowed the scenes to be projected on the cinema screen, but one of the Al-Dabbab characters fiercely attacked the film and filed a complaint against the artist Yahya Al-Fakharani and Sua. Excellency Zayed on suspicion of having sex in the studio, and were actually summoned with the director by the moral police.
In the book The History of Cinema Censorship in Egypt by the late critic Samir Freij, he stated: “Censorship has not banned any Egyptian film from 1984 to 2000, but the request for a ban is no longer confined to the press, but also to the court yard. “
Samir Farid added in his book: “In 1986, a police officer filed a lawsuit demanding that the film” Love is another story “directed by Raafat Al-Mihi, on the basis that there was a scene of sexual relations between the two protagonists of the film, and the officer imagined that the relationship was real, and not just an act. “.
Farid continued: “Yahya Al-Fakharani, the artist, Maali Zayed, and her husband, director Raafat Al-Mihi, were investigated by the prosecution for literature and were released after the investigation.”
The artist, Maali Zayed, was married to director Raafat Al-Mihi, who began his life as a screenwriter, then became a director.Among his most famous films as a director: Avacato, Gentlemen of the Men, Samak Laban Tamarind and other.
The famous seduction artist, Maali Zayed, then won the Best Actress award for the film “Love is Another Story” from Czechoslovakia. But she remained accused in the case, due to the scene that sparked controversy and obtained the support of a large slice of intellectuals, but over time the case was blocked without taking any legal action.
The film only ran for a week and a half in cinemas, as it failed to attract audiences at that time due to the campaign it was exposed to, through the media and mosque pulpits, and after several years the film is been ranked among the 100 best films in the history of Egyptian cinema.