Video — 2 videodiscs (DVD) (ca. 120 min.) : sd., b&w ; 4 3/4 in.
Dramatic work. The events light upon a village in Upper Egypt called "al-Dāhashinah". There were a group of criminals and their leader called "ʻAtrīs" who was so aggressive. "ʻAtrīs" was forcing people to pay money for him. He had a grandson called "ʻAtrīs" too. But he was completely different than his grandfather. He was so decent and quiet. The grandson grew up and became a young man. He loved a young woman called "Fuʼādah" who was very kind, beautiful and brave. The grandfather was killed by one of the village's people. It was a break point in ʻAtrīs life. He became a carbon copy of his grandfather but "Fuʼādah" still the only weak point that made an affection on "ʻAtrīs". He proposed to marry Fuʼādah. Her father accepted the proposal without telling her so she refused. Finally "ʻAtrīs" was burnet and died.