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Ana Mish Fahim (2005)

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A biracial young man explores the cultural misconceptions of his Middle Eastern heritage. Filmmaker Mustafa Eck travels to Egypt in hopes of capturing the average Middle Eastern attitude ... See full summary »

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A biracial young man explores the cultural misconceptions of his Middle Eastern heritage. Filmmaker Mustafa Eck travels to Egypt in hopes of capturing the average Middle Eastern attitude towards various current events. Ana Mish Fahim, meaning "I don't understand" in Arabic, features a rare interview with Gihan Sadat, the widow of Egyptian President Anwar El Sadat. Written by Anonymous

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One the first day of shooting at the pyramids, Mustafa was stopped and questioned by undercover police. After they learned he had no shooting permit, he was told to pack up. Mustafa then went around the side of the pyramid, in hopes of finding an interview. When the police found him this time they were suspicious, hauling him and his mother to the police station. After three hours explaining the documentary repeatedly, Mustafa then signed a waiver stating he wouldn't film in Egypt without a permit or he'd be sent to jail. See more »

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