Aswan's Intellectual awareness audience
and his love for flowers
The movie "Asmaa Al Zuhour" Names Of Flowers “ won the Audience Award in Aswan for women's films, indicating the awareness of the Aswan fans, including girls and boys attending the festival's shows, especially in my fourth and seventh ceremonies. I was pleased with this audience with a film formulated in an unconventional art based on a story Simple from modern history, as Bolivia prepares to celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of the death of the "Great Che Guevara", Julia, an ancient rural teacher, is invited to share her historical story with the world - to pass a bowl of peanut soup to gangs seized in her classes while reciting a poem About adultery T for hours before her death. The invitation was canceled shortly after, while other women are moving forward with the same story of "soup and flower." The film is a good expression of the language of cinema, which defeats nationalities and cultures. The director lives in Canada of Iranian origin and tells a Bolivian story that the Egyptian public enjoyed in Aswan, granting him his prize, and the jury granted him special mention. The film previously won the Special Jury Prize at the Tallinn Festival in the first work competition, and the director previously won his previous record work. Rehearsal for Implementation, which he directed in Canada in 2013. Bahman Tavousi had started his career as a journalist and filmmaker at the age of 18 in the capital, Tehran. After producing some short films, Tavosi moved to Canada, where he founded his own production company, "Peacock Film Production," through which he collaborated in the production of films that were shown in several festivals.
"Asmaa Al Zuhour" is a charming work by Bahman Tawousi, who was born in Tehran in 1984. This
film was preceded by a short film in 2011 and then a documentary in 2013, and his first feature length novel, Asmaa Al Zuhour, comes from a Bolivian story. Use of the audio commentary on silent scenes, and a repetition of the construction of the film to reflect the transformation of the event into a frequent popular heritage among the women of the village, claiming all of them women, each of whom claims to have prepared soup for Che Guevara and that he heard a poem about flowers, the official story only remembers the soup denies He should have recited a poem. Officials dictate what they say on the fiftieth anniversary of the romantic mechanism of country, by deleting the poem and making only soup as a last wish before death. How do people write history in a spirit that mixes dreams with reality and how does power write it with a desire to downplay the importance of the revolutionary spirit?
I watched The film at the Aswan Women's Film Festival surrounded by flowers and flowers from her youth, and the fragrance of orange flowers accompanies me in the gardens of her charming indigo islands. Aswan is a beautiful site to hold a film festival in which we feel the extension of civilization between our ancient Egyptian civilization and its effects, and between contemporary civilization, which is reflected in films from Egypt and the world.
Safaa Elaisy Haggag
Published in Al-Qahera Weekly Magazine Tuesday, February 26, 2020 Editor in chief Emad Al-Ghazali