The Arab Spring in Egypt: From a dictator to free elections, back to a dictatorship. One comedy show united the country and tested the limits of free press. This is the story of Bassem Youssef, a cardiologist turned comedian, the Jon Stewart of Egypt, and his show "The Show".Written by
President Abdelfattah Al-Sisi:
I'm talking about a collapsing country. People must understand that, and stand by us with it. Whoever visualizes it differently wants to sabotage Egypt.
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Disclaimer at the beginning of the movie. (Arabic scrolling text, with English voiceover)
Please use caution when trying any techniques used in this movie. Speaking out against oppressive regimes may cause side effects such as: headaches, mood swings, sweating, indigestion, loss of appetite, loss of sleep, loss of home, loss of friends, loss of constitutionally guaranteed rights, death, and vaginal dryness. This movie may not be appropriate for all audiences: If you are a dictator please leave the room now. See more »
Great , informative , Elegant
Really enjoyed every minute of it especially those clips of bassem's daughter Nadia ..
i think that this movie is really a big step towards achieving real democracy in Egypt
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