When filmmaker Dina Hamza's father passed away in 2010 she felt extreme loneliness, to the extent that suicidal thoughts prevailed. But she decided to live and and try to find an exit within her household from this loneliness. She stumbled upon the radio, the important object which her father had left her in the house. The radio became her only companion; the music stations played his songs. Her father, Mohamed Hamza, was a poet, who composed lyrics for the biggest artists of the sixities such as Abdel Halim Hafez, Shadia, Warda, and others. She decided to make a film in an attempt to find in it Mohamed Hamza the father, the poet and to find him within the different places, eras and people he lived through.
Please note: this film is English subtitled.
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