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JOUZOUR

  Fouad, a Lebanese business man, in his fifties, leads a happy life along with his family consisting of: His wife Rajaa and his children. Malek, Rajaa’s son, who lost his father when he was 3, and grew with his affectionate stepfather Fouad as though he were his father. Anwar: 26 years old and Nora: 21 years old Fouad could have been the happiest man in the world if he did not suffer from his chronic heart muscle weakness.Read more
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Station : Abu Dhabi Al Oula

Stars: Ahmed Haroon, Yousef Al Khal, Rafiq Ali Ahmad, Rola Hmadeh and other Egyptian and Lebanese actors.

  • Fouad, a Lebanese business man, in his fifties, leads a happy life along with his family consisting of:
  • His wife Rajaa and his children. Malek, Rajaa’s son, who lost his father when he was 3, and grew with his affectionate stepfather Fouad as though he were his father.
  • Anwar: 26 years old and Nora: 21 years old
  • Fouad could have been the happiest man in the world if he did not suffer from his chronic heart muscle weakness.
  • Fouad owns a chain of luxury hotels in Lebanon, Europe and Egypt. He loves life and always regrets he would die before seeing his grandchildren. Fouad suffers a severe heart attack, that he could hardly make it to the hospital. He asks his wife Rajaa to see his daughter immediately; his second daughter, Karla, who lives in France.
  • Who is Karla? Karla is the fruit of a love experience he once had at a luxurious hotel in Paris, where he met a Lebanese girl, Diana, who fled Lebanon’s war to live in Paris for a long period.
  • Rajaa was forced to tell her three children about Karla, a sister they never knew existed.
  • Karla arrives at the airport, where a pretty big surprise comes:
  • She arrives along with her mother, Diana, and a ten-month-old child.
  • This was a great shock to Rajaa, and a heavenly gift to Fouad: a grandson bringing much joy to the grandfather during his last days of life.
  • Love blossoms between Karla and Malek, with all the difficulties that entail. Another big surprise for the family: An Egyptian guy, who was with his brother in Lebanon and had a car accident, donated his heart to Fouad.
  • A special humanitarian relationship arises between the two men and the two families of course. Karla and Sherif became acquainted with each other and she gets to know that Sherif visits Paris monthly for business purposes. They thus exchange their addresses in Paris and Sherif returns to Egypt with his father.
  • Many confrontial and emotional situations will be encountered by our characters. Too many questions will come and go to which you may not find a single answer.
  • Too many confrontations, conflicts, cultures, conflict of ideas and beliefs… family altercations… heated situations…
  • Conflict over inheritance… conflict with death and illness… a grandfather-grandson relationship that was not in account.
  • Situations that may turn life into a daring adventure among a number of people within the same family.