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The first short film 'Retention', shows a group of men in a mental institution just before and during the revolution, then comes 'God's Creation', an impoverished young religious woman who finds herself participating in the protests. '19-19' covers the story of Amr Waked getting arrested and tortured by interrogators, next is 'When the Flood Rises' displaying a somehow humorous accidental act of anti-revolutionaries becoming supporters of the revolution. 'Curfew' is a heart-breaking piece showing a grandfather stuck between roadblocks while trying to get his grandson home from the hospital in Suez. A tailor who believes that Israel has attacked Cairo, locks himself in his shop for 18 days in 'Revolution Cookies', while a poor woman's husband gets hired as one of Mubarak's thugs in '#tahrir2/2'. A young man who stays indoors too much for his own good, watches the revolution unfold via Facebook and the Internet in 'Window'. Through a friend's encouragement and the with the push revolution, a woman discovers her rights politically and socially and overcomes her fear of her husband in 'Interior/Exterior'. Finally, the courageous barber who turns his shop into a first aide station for wounded protestors in 'Ashraf Seberto'.
Starring: Mona Zaki, Ahmed Helmy, Ahmed Dawood, Ahmed El Fishawy, and Ahmed Fouad Selim
Written & Directed by: Ahmed Abdalla, Mariam Abou Ouf, Kamla Abu Zikri, Ahmed Alaa, Mohamed Ali, Sherif Arafa, Sherif El Bendary, Marwan Hamed, Khaled Marei, Yousry Nasrallah
Produced by: Mohamed Hefzy, Amin El Masry, Ehab El Khoury, Fadi Fahim, Salma Othman, and Yousry Nasrallah