| 98 min
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Cairo, summer 2013: Egypt has undergone decisive changes with the Arab Revolution and the first free elections - but now a military coup is dividing the country. After the revolution of 2011, the first free elections and the subsequent military coup, the whole of Egypt is in chaos. The Muslim Brotherhood and the military are engaged in bloody battles. In his debut film CLASH the Egyptian director Mohamed Diab portrays group of people penned in a claustrophobic police wagon. Supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood and the military, disillusioned youth and ordinary citizens exchange blows, both ideological and physical.