People walk past a poster of the movie "After the Battle" outside a cinema in Cairo

 
People walk past a poster of the movie "After the Battle" outside a cinema in Cairo
People walk past a poster of the movie "After the Battle" outside a cinema in Cairo October 16, 2012. When horse and camel riders attacked protesters in Cairo's Tahrir Square during last year's uprising, Egyptian filmmaker Yousry Nasrallah was struck by one of the most vivid examples of how Egypt's huge class divide is exploited by powerful elites. Nasrallah's "After the Battle" tells the story of how one of the horsemen struggles to come to terms with his role in the aftermath of one of the most violent incidents of the 18-day-uprising which toppled former President Hosni Mubarak in February 2011. Picture taken October 16, 2012. REUTERS Mohamed Abd El Ghany