Production info

Diary of a Teenager
مذكرات مراهقة
Egypt, 2001

Ahmed Ezz, Mohamed Rageb, Hend Sabri
Directed by Inas al Degheidy (ايناس الدغيدي)

  

One of the most controversial Egyptian movies ever made. An adult teen drama about Gameela a dreamy girl with two lives. A real unsatisfying life with on the edge of divorce parents and a strict mother. Her other life is as Cleopatra having a love affair with Anthony. But she happens to meet the guy at the real life and have a true love affair. But with her strict mother, her best friend being jealous of her trying to destroy the affair, her wealthy spoiled rich boy trying to seduce her, and having her other friends' sexual experiences with the tragic ending as a bad example. The problem explodes when the affair goes to sexual levels. (source: IMDb)


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