Struggle In Jerash Images
I wonder where this is
You know you're in Jordan when the king's picture is in the background
I think it was mandatory, and still is, that in all government entities there has to be a picture of the king
You can't see something like that even if you looked in the archive of news or something
Oh, it's the Iraqi Airlines
This is the sound of the call for prayer. And this is I think part of the old city.
Now you will see they are walking and she's not covering her hair. So things have changed. It's nice to know how things were in the past.
And the area he just said, Zeitun, my grandmother talks about it a lot.
"Close your eyes."
"Two steps forward."
"May difficulty come and take you"
That's a very Palestinian accent. He's saying: "Take Fakhri with you. You're job tonight is to do what I told you to do."
I like her though. She's got attitude.
Obviously the living style at that time was a bit European. It shows in the dresses, and the music they listen to, in the furniture they have.
Philadelphia Hotel, it's the first time I even did see pictures of it.
In 1966 there was a Department for the Cinema. They filmed the beginnings of everything.
Love was not like that back then in Jordan. It was like - seeing someone, sending your family . . . It's like that even now sometimes, you know?
He told her to stay in the car. He says: "You take care of Amal, and you be aware of her because she is planning something evil for us"
This is a fake-up! Bedouins wouldn't sit in their tent, and have one of their daughters dance for them. It's totally unacceptable.
What we always grew up hearing, was that there really was nothing here in 1946.
Love was not like that back then in Jordan. It was like: seeing someone, sending your family. . . It's like that even now sometimes, you know?
Now it's the action part. With the gangsters.
Are they drunk?
He says "Yeah, you reminded me, you put me one year in jail because I'm a drug smuggler!"
A big fight! Obviously there's more traitors in the gangster's team.