Learn the story of the most powerful scratched scene in the history of Egyptian cinema: intimate relations with men in front of the eyes of men, like cohabiting with husbands completely inside the studio, despite the presence of the director and photographers!

Al-Khaleej.com published a report on one of the Egyptian films, which sparked a wave of controversy before and after its screening, and some described one of its scenes at the time that it included an intimate relationship between the hero and heroine of the film.

In the details, the famous Egyptian director, Raafat Al-Mihi, presented in 1986 one of his finest films, which was written by him, starring the artist Yahya Al-Fakharani, and one of the most famous stars of seduction in Egyptian cinema, the late Maali Zayed, and the film bore the title: “Love has a story.” lastly.”

The movie “Love has a Last Story” was chosen in the list of the 100 best films in Egyptian cinema, and its events revolve around a teacher who suffers from a heart disease, and this teacher marries a poor girl,

Despite the opposition of his mother, who is trying to persuade him to divorce her in exchange for his right to inherit, the wife fears for the life of her husband, who is going through a serious illness, and despite her lack of belief in miracles, she resorts to superstitions, but the disease triumphs in the end and the husband dies.

A bold and unexpected scene
The artist Yahya Al-Fakharani was in the eighties, at the height of his artistic activity and the pinnacle of his brilliance, as he varied between roles in drama, cinema, and theater,

But one day and one night, he felt that his close relationship with his audience was threatened with collapse after receiving a warning to appear before the Prosecution of Arts, due to a scandalous cinematic 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 artworks very carefully, but in the movie “Love is a Final Story,” there was a controversial scene, and it included a hot scene, contrary to what the audience was accustomed to, and this scene is key in the work because after it the hero dies.

Urgent communication in the studio
The censorship in the film’s events played its role and allowed the scene to be shown on the cinema screen, but one of the characters Al-Dabbab fiercely attacked the film, and submitted a complaint against the artist, Yahya Al-Fakharani,

and His Excellency Zayed, on charges of intimacy in the studio, and they were actually summoned with the director by the morals police.

In the book The History of Censorship on Cinema in Egypt by the late critic Samir Freij, he said: “Censorship did not ban any Egyptian film from 1984 to 2000, but the demand for ban is no longer limited to the press, but also to court yards.”

Samir Farid added in his book: “In 1986, a police officer filed a case demanding that the movie “Love Is Another Story” directed by Raafat Al-Mihi, on the grounds of the existence of a scene of sexual intercourse between the two heroes of the film, and the officer’s perception that the intercourse was real, and was not just an act. “.

Farid continued: “Yahya Al-Fakharani, the artist, Maali Zayed, and her husband, director Raafat Al-Mihi, were investigated in the Literature Prosecution, and they were released after the investigation.”

The artist, Maali Zayed, was married to director Raafat Al-Mihi, who started his life as a scriptwriter, then turned into a director. Among his most famous films as a director are: Avacato, Gentlemen of the Men, Samak Laban Tamarind and others.

The famous seduction artist, Maali Zayed, then won the Best Actress Award for a movie “Love is Another Story” from Czechoslovakia, but she remained accused in the case, because of the scene that sparked controversy and gained the support of a large section of intellectuals, but with time the case was frozen without taking any action. No legal action.

The film was shown for only a week and a half in cinemas, as it failed commercially to attract an audience.

At that time, because of the campaign that he was exposed to, through the media and mosque platforms, and after several years, the film was ranked among the 100 best films in the history of Egyptian cinema.

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