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See "The Square" at Cinema 320, Clark University

THE SQUARE (US/Egypt 2013; NR) Tuesday March 11, Thursday March 13, Saturday March 15 @ 7:30PM; Sunday March 16 @ 1PM.

Director: Jehane Noujaim

The Egyptian Revolution is captured on camera with urgency, immediacy, and the engrossing detail of an electrifying drama in this highly-lauded documentary, shot as it was happening to a diverse cross-section of passionate young revolutionaries. Best Feature Documentary of 2013. 95 minutes. English and subtitles. CINEMA 320 is located on the 3rd floor of the Jefferson Academic Center at Clark University, on the corner of Main and Woodland streets in Worcester. Parking is permitted in Clark Woodland Street parking lot on left. 
Use the front campus entrance in the middle of the building and follow the signs. 



TICKETS: $6.00 adults

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  • LynnMarie

    Riveting insight on the 2011 - 2013 conflict between Egyptian civilians aka "revolutionaries" from all parts of society but united in a belief of basic human rights - and the political, military, and religious groups in power at the time. The film's footage of the attempt to effect change through peaceful protest in Tahrir Square is artful, emotionally powerful, graphic, and educational - from the first gathering which had an almost "innocent" camaraderie, through the disbelief of the violent military response and political games, to the final ousting of the latest regime, all captured through a mixed dialogue of both euphoria and a tempered realistic world view.

    I don't believe this would been as effectively personal without the intensity, courage, and charisma of Ahmed and Khalid. One with a natural talent for oration and persuasion (Ahmed), the other with presence from his acting background as an actor, and an understanding of modern technology for communication (Khalid).

    March 12, 2014

  • Dan

    OHMYGODOHMYGODOHMYGOD

    Cinema 320 is BACK, baby!!! Yee-haw!

    February 25, 2014

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