Hob Albanat  (2004) Girls in Love

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The story of three half sisters who share a father and have three different mothers, they meet each other for the very first time after the death of their father to discover they all have emotional...Read more problems. The eldest sister Nada is a very touchy and passionate girl who is almost an introvert. She always feels longing for the right man who would make her life happy and sound. As for the second sister, Ghaada, she has had a very tough life as child; Living with her mom alone in Alexandria, she was raised to hate all male sex because of her father's bad habits. The baby-sister Roukayya, on the other hand, is brought-up in England in a very practical way. When the three of them unite, they face various kinds of problems. While the eldest is very kind and passionate, the little ones are either too manly, Ghaada, or too westernized, Roukayya. After their father's death, they had to live together in the same house for one whole year in order to be able to inherit him, and here was when troubles began. They all visit the very same psychiatrist to find a way out of their mixed emotions. The doctor in his turn discovers all they lack was real love and family bond. Eventually, the sisters grow to love each other; especially after each has found her dreams lover.

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The story of three half sisters who share a father and have three different mothers, they meet each other for the very first time after the death of their father to discover they...Read more all have emotional problems. The eldest sister Nada is a very touchy and passionate girl who is almost an introvert. She always feels longing for the right man who would make her life happy and sound. As for the second sister, Ghaada, she has had a very tough life as child; Living with her mom alone in Alexandria, she was raised to hate all male sex because of her father's bad habits. The baby-sister Roukayya, on the other hand, is brought-up in England in a very practical way. When the three of them unite, they face various kinds of problems. While the eldest is very kind and passionate, the little ones are either too manly, Ghaada, or too westernized, Roukayya. After their father's death, they had to live together in the same house for one whole year in order to be able to inherit him, and here was when troubles began. They all visit the very same psychiatrist to find a way out of their mixed emotions. The doctor in his turn discovers all they lack was real love and family bond. Eventually, the sisters grow to love each other; especially after each has found her dreams lover.

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