The Bus Driver (1982)
|The Bus Driver|
|Directed by||Atef El-Taieb|
|Screenplay by||Bachir El Dik|
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The Bus Driver (Arabic: سواق الأتوبيس, translit. Sawaq al-Utubis) is a 1982 Egyptian drama film directed by Atef El-Taieb and written by Bachir El Dik. It follows a bus driver, Hassan (Nour El-Sherif) as he tries to provide money to his father's workshop before it's sold at an auction. Many have cited the film as the start of the New Realism movement in Egyptian cinema  and is often considered one of the country's greatest films.
A father loses his carpentry workshop after his son-in-law stops paying taxes regularly. His son Hassan, a bus driver, struggles hard to save his father’s workshop, while the daughters try to replace it with a new project inspired by the “Infitah” era.
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