You’ve Never Seen This Side of Cairo Before

You’ve Never Seen This Side of Cairo Before

This beautifully captured video offers another spectrum of Cairo that you have never witnessed. Directed by Adham Elsherif, this sixteen-minute short-film will make you smile and laugh, while simultaneously feeling great empathy and sadness.

“A Resident of the City” is an eye-opening video and will make you see the streets of Cairo like never before.

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  • Mandarina Naguib

    Beautiful!

  • Radwa Rabie

    as a rescuer of street dogs, thank you…shows only a friction of what they suffer, and the reality bites 🙂

  • Ksenia

    The translation isn’t all that accurate. 🙁

  • dsfsd

    Wonderful film. You should consider changing the subtitles from white because they are difficult to read sometimes.

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