Three years ago the Egyptian revolution ignited in Cairo’s Tahrir Square, thrusting that nation into a violent and often bloody attempt to wrest democracy out of chaos.Almost from the start, Jehane Noujaim was there with a crew to document the lives of a handful of activists working to change their country.The introduction goes well, and the three women sit together and joke about life and love.
"I was told later that they were saying, 'Let's take her pants off,'" said Logan, 40, about men in the crowd around her. "The only thing to fight for, left to fight for, was my life." Egyptian film shines light on sexual harassment The brutal attack went on for some 25 minutes, CBS reported.
Connie Chung shows her support for Logan "Before I even know what's happening, I feel hands grabbing my breasts, grabbing my crotch, grabbing me from behind," she said. it's one person and another person and another person." At first, Logan said she tried to yell, but that her screams "turned them into a frenzy." "I didn't even know that they were beating me with flagpoles and sticks and things because I couldn't even feel that ... At some point, she was dragged by the mob until it was stopped by a fence, near to where a group of Egyptian women was sitting.
She had originally been betrothed to another, the charming Ahmed who was her first love, but this family arrangement fell apart suddenly and with dramatic consequences.
The film follows her uncle’s relentless attempts to persuade her to follow her heart, and to understand what structures are in place that will not allow her to do so.
Their trajectory would determine whether there would even be a film.