The novel was adapted into a film by director Hussein Kamal in 1972 and into a TV series by director Nour El-Demerdash in 1980.
Lagoonie Film Production has announced the remake of the classic film Anf w Thalath Oyoun (A Nose and Three Eyes), based on Egyptian author Ihsan Abdel Quddous’ novel. Directed by Hadi Elbagoury and written by the screenwriter Wael Hamdy, the remake is produced in cooperation with The Producers.
Lagoonie Film Production has also revealed that the film will adopt a new perspective and style than any other adaptation for the novel.
Anf w Thalath Oyoun novel follows Doctor Hashim, who starts romantic relationships with three women. Facing difficult confrontations, these relationships create many struggles that are not easy to overcome.
The novel was adapted into a film by director Hussein Kamal in 1972, starring Mahmoud Yassine, Magdah, Naglaa Fathi, and Mervat Amin. It was also adapted into a TV series by director Nour El-Demerdash in 1980, starring Kamal El-Shinnawi, Yousra, Laila Eloui and Magda El-Khatib.
Lagoonie Film Production has recently wrapped up shooting A’az El Weld by director Sarah Nouh. It is currently working on a number of new projects; Barra El Manhag by director Amr Salama, the Jordanian film Daughters of Abdulrahman by director Zaid Abu Hamdan, Amira by director Mohamed Diab, Huda’s Salon by Hany Abu Assad, and The Alleys that is written and directed by Bassel Ghandour.