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1981, regia di Mohammed Shebl
Scheda: Nazione: Egitto - Produzione: Misr International Films, City Art, City Toub - Soggetto: Mohamed Shebl, Tariq Sharara, Hassan Abd Rabou - Sceneggiatura: Mohamed Shebl, Tariq Sharara, Hassan Abd Rabou - Fotografia: Mohsen Nasr - Montaggio: Adel Mounir - Musiche: Hussien e Moudi Al Emam - Formato: Color, musical - Durata: 100' (104').
Ali El Haggar, Ahdisadiq, Taalat Zein, Tamer El Masry, Mai Abdel Menim, Ahmed
Adawiya, Hassan Al Emam.
Plot Summary, Synopsis, Review: IMDb - taliesinttlg.blogspot.it - misrinternationalfilms.com - wideweirdworldofcult.blogspot.it - tveez.me - egyptindependent.com - deliria-italiano.phpbb8.de - arabist.net: «Anyab ("Fangs") makes the most of the “horror-as-social-commentary” ideology, taking it to a literal sense when the film’s narrator breaks the fourth wall to inform the audience that the “vampires” represent the more unscrupulous individuals in our society, those who greedily feed off of the weak for a quick reward. The film then turns into a 30-minute montage of public service announcements, where the lead couple, in a series of separate vignettes, falls prey to a doctor, plumber, cab driver, butcher, private tutor and realtor, all played by the main vampire, ending every scene by turning to the camera and smiling to reveal his fangs. Best of all, the vampire is played by Ahmad Adawiya».
Conosciuto anche con il titolo: Fangs.