Kiss me not on the eyes is a variation on the question of desire and how it is expressed via individuals marked by a conservative education and upbringing. Love and desire are treated with an intentional sensibility and lightness that allows the erotic potential of Arab literary and musical heritage to emanate.
This appeal for the aesthetic is also visible in the cinematography and art direction as well as the sober game of the actors, so different from the traditional register of Egyptian drama, as all the elements of the film contribute to rise above the bitter realities.

The occidental and far-eastern spectator will lay new eyes on Arab society for this film displays the sensuality that runs underneath the conservative traditional surface people perceive today.
For the eastern Kiss me not on the eyes film that will cause controversy but surely start a constructive debate.