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Clash

Eshtebak

MOHAMED DIAB
Egypt, France, Germany, 2016
97 minutes, Color

Clash is set in Cairo in 2013, two years after the Egyptian revolution. In the wake of the ouster of Islamist president Morsi, a police truck full of detained demonstrators of divergent political, social, and religious backgrounds roams through violent protests. Can the detainees overcome their differences to stand a chance of survival? Mohamed Diab poignantly explores his country's divided, post-revolution society in a non-judgmental way by highlighting all the characters' common humanity. The film unfolds largely within the confines of the truck packed with arrested activists, journalists, and mere bystanders. It's a vivid microcosm of Egypt's splintered nation. Diab can boast Hollywood supporters such as Tom Hanks, who tweeted from the Croisette during the Cannes Film Festival, "If there's any way you can see Clash by Egyptian director Mohamed Diab, you must. You simply must. The film will break your heart, but will enlighten all." —Various sources

In Arabic with English subtitles

Clash

Eshtebak

MOHAMED DIAB
Egypt, France, Germany, 2016
97 minutes, Color

Clash is set in Cairo in 2013, two years after the Egyptian revolution. In the wake of the ouster of Islamist president Morsi, a police truck full of detained demonstrators of divergent political, social, and religious backgrounds roams through violent protests. Can the detainees overcome their differences to stand a chance of survival? Mohamed Diab poignantly explores his country's divided, post-revolution society in a non-judgmental way by highlighting all the characters' common humanity. The film unfolds largely within the confines of the truck packed with arrested activists, journalists, and mere bystanders. It's a vivid microcosm of Egypt's splintered nation. Diab can boast Hollywood supporters such as Tom Hanks, who tweeted from the Croisette during the Cannes Film Festival, "If there's any way you can see Clash by Egyptian director Mohamed Diab, you must. You simply must. The film will break your heart, but will enlighten all." —Various sources

In Arabic with English subtitles


Saturday, April 22
8:30 PM
$13.00 - Advance Sales - $14.00 at the theater
Tuesday, April 25
8:30 PM
- $14.00 at the theater

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