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Citizen Masrey is a egyptien film of genre Drama directed by Salah Abou Seif with Safia El Emari

Citizen Masrey (1991)

Al-Mouwaten Masri

Citizen Masrey
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OriginEgypte
Genres Drama
Rating74% 3.728863.728863.728863.728863.72886

Le citoyen Masri (Al-Mouwaten Masri) est un film égyptien réalisé par Salah Abu Seif, sorti en 1991.

Synopsis

Le fils du gouverneur de village est appelé à faire son service militaire. Sa mère va convaincre son mari d'envoyer quelqu'un d'autre à sa place en falsifiant les identités.

Actors

Safia El Emari

(Mayor's wife)
Omar Sharif

(Mayor Abdel Razek El-Shershaby)
Khaled El nabawy

(Tawfiq)
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