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Title Cutting Edge: Egypt's Revolution - The End Of A Dictator / Director: Stuttard, Ian
Published Australia : SBS ONE, 2012
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Summary As protest and revolution shake the Arab world, this film documents the events in Egypt as the country rose up against the Mubarak regime in the early days of the Arab Spring. It offers fresh insights into what happened in the region and why, as well as into the lives unexpectedly altered by events.The 18-day Egyptian revolution was started by its youth, but drew in all layers of Egypt's fractured society, across age, class and religious divide. As the fear barrier was broken, destinies were transformed by the tumultuous events.Egypt's Revolution: The End of a Dictator offers an examination of the demise of the Mubarak rule through the eyes of people whose lives were, until now, defined by it. (From Qatar, in English and Arabic) (Documentary) CC
Event Broadcast 2012-02-07 at 21:30:00
Notes Classification: M
Subject Battle casualties.
Islam -- Relations.
Protest movements.
Revolutions -- Social aspects.
Violence.
Egypt -- Cairo.
Egypt.
Form Streaming video
Author Stuttard, Ian, director
Omaar, Rageh, cast
Abd Almawla, Saleh, contributor
Abdel Kareem, Moaz, contributor
Amin, Shahira, contributor
Badawy, Ahmed, contributor
Brinjy, Miral, contributor
Hamed, Hesham, contributor
Ibrahim, Maher, contributor
Maatouk, Noha, contributor
Mohammed, Waheed, contributor
Mohammed, Younis, contributor
Moll, Yasmin, contributor
Sami, Mina, contributor
Wahaby, Mohammad, contributor