Directed by Henry Barakat, "Irham demoui" (also known as "Pity My Tears") is a 1955 Drama/Romance film.
Who directed "Irham demoui":
Irham demoui was directed by Henry Barakat, an Egyptian director, writer, and producer.
Before Irham demoui, Henry Barakat had directed Daiman maak, released in 1954, Lahn al khouloud (1952), Shati el gharam (1950). Since, he directed Mawad gharam, released in 1956, Doa al karawan (1959), Hassan wa Nayima (1959), Fi baitina rajul (1961), Safar barlek (1966), and Hob al kabir, -al (1969).
What is the Storyline of "Irham demoui":
Faten Hamama plays Amal, whose father loses most of his money and almost goes bankrupt. She gets abandoned by her fiancé. The owner of a nearby factory steps up and offers to help her father until his conditions get better. Amal marries this man, but their life together as a couple turns out to be boring. Amal, who wasn't very excited about their relationship initially, slowly discovers her husband's good qualities and their life turns into a happy one.
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