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(4683) 7.5 97 min 2016

Eshtebak is a movie starring Nelly Karim, Hani Adel, and El Sebaii Mohamed. Set entirely in an 8m police truck, a number of detainees from different political and social backgrounds are brought together by fate, during the turmoil...

Nelly Karim, El Sebaii Mohamed, Mohamed ElSouisy, Hani Adel
War, Drama, Thriller
Mohamed Diab

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres War, Drama, Thriller
Director Mohamed Diab
Writer Khaled Diab, Mohamed Diab
Stars Nelly Karim, El Sebaii Mohamed, Mohamed ElSouisy, Hani Adel
Country Egypt, France, Germany
Also Known As Çatışma, Η κλούβα, Kahakka, Conflict, Clash, Ishtebak, Zderzenie, クラッシュ, Káosz
Runtime 1H 37M
Description In 2011, after Hosni Mubarak's 30-year presidency, ends an era of authoritarianism with the Egyptian Revolution, however, only a few years later in 2013, in post-revolution Egypt, chaos, tensions and turmoil still boil over throughout the land. During such a day of violent protest, the confined space of an Egyptian Police van is filled little by little with an antagonistic assortment of journalists and opposing demonstrators, both pro-military supporters and members of the Muslim Brotherhood. Suddenly, within the claustrophobic interior of the police van, a microcosmic reality and a cross-cut slice of the modern Egyptian society emerges. Outside the van, civil tumult rages on, but within its steel walls, there is a war in progress. To survive, inevitably, the detainees must put their differences aside, nevertheless, are they willing to do so?

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Saturday, 04 Apr 2020 08:04

This film is a compelling story of a young Iranian girl who's a virgin, who is bullied, but who learns to love, and who eventually loses her virginity to a married man. The film is told from the point of view of her friend and fellow student, who is a man. The film is about the first steps of a young girl who is forced to become a "cocoon" to protect her virginity, and the growing friendship between her and the man who wants to help her. The film is told from the perspective of the younger generation of the Iranian people, who are the ones who need to be taught that virginity is something that should be protected. It is a message that should be taken seriously, especially in an age where people are increasingly fearful of the repercussions of a rape or the consequences of having an abortion. We must understand that virginity is something that should be protected, and the people who teach this should be held accountable for their actions. The director, Ghazala Janjbar, has a wonderful sense of timing, and his films are always interesting. The writing in this film is incredible. The writing is like a small handbook, but it's also the handbook of a girl who is going through the most difficult time of her life, and it is written with such depth and sensitivity. I have to give this film a "10" because it is a fantastic film, but it is also a work of art. The director is one of my favorite directors, and I highly recommend this film to anyone who wants to learn about the realities of the Middle East.

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