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Egypt’s cinematic gems: The Greatest Child in the World
Lara El Gibaly | This film combines the worst of orientalism, nationalism, and the male ego
Egypt’s cinematic gems: The Train
Amany Ali Shawky | After two train conductors die in a fight on the way from Cairo to Aswan, the passengers gradually all
Egypt’s cinematic gems: Bus Driver
Adham Youssef | Produced a year after the killing of Anwar Sadat, Atef al-Tayeb's film brought Sadat's infitah policy
Egypt’s cinematic gems: An Important Man’s Wife
Adham Youssef | Mohamed Khan has a long history of making women the gauge of society in his films, says Adam Youssef.