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For those who lived through the period of the revolution the film does not offer anything new, just a repeat of the events and models of the characters is very known to everyone on the same image that appeared in the movie ...very poor film
a quick but deep overview of the Egyptian revolution.. great camera work, fine directing and cinematography from elbatout..
Ibrahim el Batout just keeps proving that he's only good at entrenching stereotypes. Watching this was a painful experience. I have a bone to pick with several of my friends who took part in this project.