Ded Al Hokuma  (1992)

8.4
  • Movie
  • Egypt
  • 105 minutes
  • Released
    • Egypt
    • All Ages

Mostafa is a cheap lawyer, making his living from the authorizations he collects from road accidents' victims to get compensations for himself. A school bus is hit by a train. Mostafa heads to the...Read more accident to collect written authorizations from the victims as usual. Visiting the victims he finds his ex-wife's son as one of the injured. Investigating about the son of his ex-wife, he discovers that he's his own son. Now taking the school bus case seriously, he transferred it into a public opinion case, bearing a huge pressure from ministers and officials in charge. In one of the most famous speeches in Egyptian films, Mostafa accuses the highest possible officials of negligence and ask for them to be summoned to court. Going all the way through the obstacles of corrupted officials, his summon request is accepted in an unprecedented incident in Egyptian modern history.

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Mostafa is a cheap lawyer, making his living from the authorizations he collects from road accidents' victims to get compensations for himself. A school bus is hit by a train....Read more Mostafa heads to the accident to collect written authorizations from the victims as usual. Visiting the victims he finds his ex-wife's son as one of the injured. Investigating about the son of his ex-wife, he discovers that he's his own son. Now taking the school bus case seriously, he transferred it into a public opinion case, bearing a huge pressure from ministers and officials in charge. In one of the most famous speeches in Egyptian films, Mostafa accuses the highest possible officials of negligence and ask for them to be summoned to court. Going all the way through the obstacles of corrupted officials, his summon request is accepted in an unprecedented incident in Egyptian modern history.

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    • All Ages



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