reż|dir Abu Bakr Shawk | AT, EG, US | 2018 | 97 min
prod|pro Dina Emam scen|wr A.B. Shawky zdj|ph Federico Cesca muz|mus Omar Fadel mon|ed Erin Greenwell ob|cast Rady Gamal, Ahmed Abdelhafiz dys|dis Polskie Media S.A.
“Yomeddine” means “Day of Judgment” in Arabic. The main scene that hits the most upon this notion is the sunrise scene under the bridge, where Rayes tells Beshay that “on Yomeddine (Judgement Day), we will all be equal.” A Coptic man cured of leprosy and his orphaned apprentice leave the confines of the leper colony for the first time and embark on a journey across Egypt to search for what is left of their families. They confront the world with all its sorrows, its hardships and moments of grace, in his quest for a family, a place to belong, a little humanity.