Pictures published for the first time from the life of the great producer Assia, and her daughter, the most famous isolated in the cinema

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“The Seventh Day” obtained a large number of artistic and personal photos of the great producer and pioneer of cinema Asia Dagher during her life stages and since her artistic beginnings, during which she participated in many Egyptian films, including silent films, as she was one of the first Shams who worked in Egyptian cinema The first silent films in which art giants participated.Life of Big Producer Asia (1)

Muhammad Ali Burhan, the grandson of the great producer Assia and the son of her only daughter, actress Mona Dagher, who is famous for the roles of the evil girl and isolation in old films, gave a set of pictures that had not been published before of their artistic and family life.Life of Big Producer Asia (2)

The great producer Assia was born in Lebanon in the village of Tannourine in 1901, and participated in a number of silent films in Lebanon, including “Under Shades of Rice”. Her husband died after the birth of her only daughter, Eileen, who later became known as Mona Dagher.Life of Big Producer Asia (3)

The young widow moved with her daughter, her sister, and her sister, Mary Queenie, to Cairo, where she participated in many Egyptian films, and then she founded the Lotus Productions company.Life of Big Producer Asia (4)

Lotus has produced a number of the most important and largest Egyptian films, including Prince of Revenge, Nasser, Salah El-Din, Ward My Heart, and Life or Death.Life of Big Producer Asia (5)

Her daughter, the artist, Mona Dagher, entered the field of art to save a situation, as her son Muhammad Ali Burhan said, when all the actresses rejected the role of the evil girl, so director Henri Barakat suggested that the daughter of Asia play this role, until she became the savior in all of her mother’s films in which she needed an artist to play the role of isolation and the evil girl .Life of Big Producer Asia (6)

And Mona Dagher, the daughter of the artist Assia, converted to Islam after a 10-year career and devoted himself to caring for her children, and despite the difference in religion, Assia did not leave her daughter or grandchildren throughout her life and lived together until her death in a house that was an example of coexistence and love between the Crescent and the Cross.Life of Big Producer Asia (7)

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