Walter Armbrust is a visiting professor at the Center for Contemporary Arab Studies, Georgetown University.
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There is a general perception in Egypt today, shared by fans and many critics, that “old” Egyptian films depicted sex more tastefully than recent films. The following passage by critic Hisham Lashin is typical:
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