During his rich and public artistic journey from April 28, 1946 to August 11, 2015, the late star Nour Al-Sharif was able to establish him a film character with clear features that was present in more than 170 films that varied between tragedy, comedy and fantasia. This has changed many radio, television and theatrical works. This book presents a close-up of the late star, and serves as an important guide for anyone who wishes to identify the great late star through his words, writings, works and what he wrote about him, which is also a look at the harvest of the years of an Arab star, gave art from his heart, mind and soul, and I retain degrees of seriousness much greater than those held by others.
in the Gulf as in every part of the world there are stories and stories, there are visions and ideas, and in the gulf the poet there are a lot of thinkers who put forward visions , and there are a lot of writers who artistically portray ideas and events , and there are creators able to turn the written into a visual that does not lack beauty, and the ability to influence. But sometimes the hand of the social heritage intervenes to prevent, block and denounce, and sometimes the hand of censorship intervenes, changes, changes and prevents. Because the Gulf is not an isolated, or isolatable historical era, the problems of Arab cinema are in the Gulf and vice versa. In this book I tried as much as possible - to mention what I knew about the reality of cinema in the GCC through a real approach to this reality for four decades and prompted me to do so the lack of information available about this reality, and claim that what I knew is not all the truth, about a cinematic reality that needs a lot to be documented correctly. Hopefully the day will come when the history of cinema can be seen, and the need to document this history scientifically and objectively. Thus, the research on the subject of cinema in the Arab countries.
There is a state of contact and intersection between the films produced by Palestinian cinema in general, concerning the Palestinian resistance, and those films that filmed Jerusalem, documented history and tales, and the writer sheds light on Palestinian cinema as a historical beginning, and sometimes passes on the productions of this cinema, which in most of its productions echo what happened and what is happening in the Holy City.