The Arab physicist is exposed to all kinds of temptations to hand over her research to the global company that monopolizes all kinds of technology everyone, Especially in relation to weapons technology, physical sciences and nuclear research, and after the material and worldly temptations end, the stages of control and threat begin, and in the United States, where she obtained her doctorate and completed her research, the monopoly company begins to using intimidation methods to bring the scientist and her family to their knees, and between the moments of terror set in, she screamed and called to her father, “Don’t you know, Daddy, don’t you sell?”
The cry of the physicist that erupted from the sides of the Youssef El Sebaei Theater in Nasr City in the play (Ya Ghoula, your eyes are red) that was performed in 2004, two years before its closure, by the production sector of the Radio- and Television Union was produced. of this sector, is a cry of Arab and Egyptian scientists that they have made throughout the twentieth century since the cry of Mustafa Musharafa, Samira Moussa, Yahya Al-Mashad, Saeed Al-Sayed Badir and other Egyptian and Arab scholars, who insisted on completing their research and presenting it to their Arab homelands, but the invisible hand that rules the world reached out to kill them all, even the thinkers who offered their ideas and books to reveal who the world and the Arab region control, those who try to buy everything that can revive the hope of this nation, whether with ideas, research and advanced scientific technology.
The meaning of the names of the play
A play, O Ghoula, your eye is Hamra, presented by the TV Theater in its third attempt to revive it after its golden period in the early sixties, and in the late nineties came the second attempt that two presented shows, the most important of which was the show (The Smoke by Mikhail Roman) directed by Murad Mounir and starring Salah Al-Saadani, and the third effort in which he presented Show Ya Ghoula Aynak Hamra, written by Karam Al-Najjar, directed by Hassan Abdel Salam, and starring Nour Al-Sharif, Tariq Lutfi and Manal Salama.
The first note about the theatrical text is the meaning of the names. This is Ismat (Abd) al-Karim (Abd) al-Haq, the father played by Noor al-Sharif. He went to Syria (the Northern Territory) during the days of unity with his father, who after the separation continued in Syria to complete his education. The son lives there and is related to a girl from Syria, he marries her , then returns to Egypt (the southern region) with his children Assila, a physicist, Sadiq, a successful technology engineer, and Nazih, the son of privatization, as repeated in 1964 during the theatrical performance. Franchise, but failing to appoint a repeater, the father and mother decide to sell all their possessions to set up a technology factory, thus begins the conflict with the smallest monopoly of technology in the region, a reference to the Zionist entity (a regional company) that does not allow any country to possess technology, especially related to physics, chemistry and nuclear power, and fail means of temptation everyone Or the threat with Asmat, authentic, honest, and even nazih and child-compliant Asmat’s fourth son, the smaller iPad of the parent company in the United States who intervenes and helps them stop the plant.
Esmat and his children imagine that when the owner of the monopoly technology company calls them as a mediator at the regional company, that he is an honest broker. And all sciences, weapons and also control tools spread according to his interests, and therefore Esmat, Asilah and Sadiq had to comply with the closing of the factory, otherwise the second way will be different from material presentations. destroy legend Jackson And the methods of his control over the world, by destroying his technology that controls the world and his wars and sciences that he spreads according to the interest.
In the final scene, the father tells of his dream of justice in the spread of science, and his right to technology like others, then he extends his invitation to all regions of the north and south to work together to build a unity, which whatever it is. , even if it is only geographical, without reference to the unity of religion, culture and history, so let it be the past And it is done, but geography will not move and will not end, who needs technology, take it out the region that neighbors it, and who needs agricultural products, integrates with his neighbor, and who needs money, and so in all aspects of life one hand is united by one geography, which does not allow external control in all parts of the country not.
This conclusion is part of a message presented by the artist Nour Al Sharif through many film and theater works. EveryoneHuhNour presented 13 theatrical works to the theater including (Bachelor of People’s Ruling), (The Princess and the Tramp), (You’re Where, Ali), (O You Traveler Alone), and (Mileim with Four) and presented to the TV drama (Omar bin Abdulaziz, the Fifth Caliph). ) and (Harun al-Rashid), and for films, for example (People of the Summit), (Blood on the Asphalt), (Execution Brigade), the number of Nour’s artworks reached 264 dramatic works.
Hassan Abdel Salam is one of the most important directors of the Egyptian theater. He presented 71 plays over the years from the fifties until 2006, when he presented his last work (My wife is a gang leader), with Samir Ghanem in the lead role. , who with him many plays since the play “Tabikh Al Malaika” in 1964, and among Hassan’s plays Abd al-Salam (Kaablon), (Hala Habibi), (My Beautiful Lady), (scientific Pasha), in addition to his theater contributions to the state theaters as director and director of his troops.
The writer Karam Al-Najjar was famous for the author of a television drama, and he presented only a few films in the cinema. As for the number of plays he presented, it is only three, although his first plays Al- Bawaz was in 1966. After that he presented only O Ghoula, Ainak Hamra, then Days of Rage, his last work in 2010. Poet Syed Hijab presented theater poems, O Ghoula, Your Eye is Hamra and the music and melodies were presented by Yasser Abdel Rahman.
During its first stage and during attempts to revive it, the television theater presented theatrical works that focused on intellectual and cultural value in addition to creative and visual pleasure, but all attempts to bring it back were always incomplete due to the lack of genuine intention in this , which was completed by closing the dramatic production sector and ending its role in the middle of the first decade of the atheist century 20. As for the fourth attempt in 2016, the author of the article was the owner and supervisor of the attempt , and it also failed due to the absence of a media strategy by the National Media Authority, but the original project remains an attempt to present thought, culture and creativity.