Arts & Culture

WATCH: Faten Hamama and Omar Sharif in ‘Love River’

WATCH: Faten Hamama and Omar Sharif in ‘Love River’

“Lady of Arab Cinema” Faten Hamama passed away on Saturday aged 83. The film above (with English subtitles) is known as one of Faten Hamama and Omar Sharif’s best films together. Nahr Hob (Love River) is based on Leo Tolstoy’s novel Anna Karenina.

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