Before showing “My Brother Above the Tree” .. Ramez Jalal and “Al-Alash” in the names of his films

Getting ready Ramez Galal To launch a new movie entitled “My Brother is on the Tree”, which instantly recalls the name of Abdel Halim Hafez’s movie “My Father is on the Tree”, the last of the Brown Nightingale films released in 1969 and directed by Hussein Kamal.

It is noteworthy that Ramez Jalal is very accustomed to choosing the names of his films to be close to or inspired by the names of old works of art, although their dramatic plot and quality are completely different from the original film, as the modern movie “My Brother on the Tree” is scheduled to be shown on January 18. , of the quality of comedic works, in which Ramez Jalal embodies the personality of a hotel manager who faces many comical situations and paradoxes, and of course this story has nothing to do with the famous Abdel Halim Hafez movie.

Nisreen Tafesh, Tara Imad, Hamdi Al-Mirghani, Dina Mohsen, Muhammad Tharwat, co-starring in the movie “My Brother is Above the Tree”, written by Louay Al-Sayed and directed by Mahmoud Karim.

The recent cinematic experience of Ramez Jalal, “Ahmed Notre Dame”, also inspired its name from Victor Hugo’s most famous novel, “The Hunchback of Notre Dame”, which was converted into several famous foreign works, including The Hunchback of Notre Dame Released in 1996, as well as the comedian star in his movie “Wild Raghda”, which recalls Nadia El-Gendy and Mahmoud Hamida’s famous movie “Wild Desire”.

The names of Ramez Jalal’s films come in the way of changing a letter or two in a word to change the original meaning in a comical way or in the common expression “Al-Alash”, and it helps him in that that they are light comic works of art, and the name may raise the audience’s laughter before entering the showroom, and the matter is not new to the artist The comedian, as he started it early with his first absolute starring in the cinema, “Dreams of the Reckless Boy” in 2007, inspired by Adel Imam’s famous series “Dreams of the Flying Boy”.


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