by Zoe Pollock

Jenna Krajeski interviews six Egyptians. Mohamed Diab is a filmmaker and one of five celebrities listed on the “We Are All Khaled Saeed” Facebook page:

“For the next couple of years all of our Egyptian films will be about revolution,” he said. His most recent film, “678,” was about sexual harassment, and he was amazed by the “remarkable” respect the men in the crowd demonstrated toward the women. “Risking your life makes you a better person. You don’t want to die doing something bad,” he said. “It was shocking that not a single person even flirted with a girl.”

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