Clash / Mohamed Diab

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Clash / Mohamed Diab

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Police in Tahrir Square arrest and lock up a group of Muslim Brotherhood government supporters along with anti-regime demonstrators. This hard-hitting drama from Mohamed Diab (Cairo 678 - ANA 2012) is filmed entirely inside the paddy wagon where the opposing protestors are confined in all-too-close proximity. It’s “a rather amazing New Wave–style drama that combines claustrophobic intimacy with some logistically epic scene-setting” (Guardian)—a stunning, bravura piece of filmmaking.

Source: Jacob Burns Film Center

2016. 97 m. NR. Egypt. Arabic with subtitles

Tuesday, September 26 at 7:30 PM

 

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    Press:

    • Variety: "Riots are scary enough, but being locked in a police van in the midst of a riot ups the ante."
    • The Guardian: "Here is the latest, a rather amazing New Wave-style drama that combines claustrophobic intimacy with some logistically epic scene-setting."

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