Tahrir: Liberation Square (2012)
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From facebook thumbs up to the battle of stones, a history of hope, fear, despair, anger, pride and elation, Tahrir is the real-time chronicle of the two most exciting weeks in the history of modern Egypt as lived by their protagonists. Since the 25th of January, together with thousands other Egyptian citizens, Noha, Ahmed and Elsayed have been involved in a massive movement of street protest for political freedom. By the end of the first week of urban guerrilla and brutal state reprisal it has
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The result may occasionally be more of a journalistic scrapbook than a Wisemanian all-points portrait.
The sociably close camerawork and vivid HD photography, which gains a kind of humid vibrance by night, foster the sense of being in the moment.
The variations are many, but the theme is as consistent as the crowd that grows and strengthens throughout Savona's inside, traditional, vérité portrait of the uprising...
It's an exhilarating, though unfocused, look at how the country reached its tipping point, one that feels unfiltered in ways both good and bad.
Stirringly in-your-face documentary about the Arab Spring revolution is a priceless historical, human document.
An absolutely breathtaking and politically committed chronicle of the events that continue to shake the Middle East. Documentary film-making at its pinnacle.
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