In the final segment of the documentary “Egyptian Revolution,” aptly titled “The Fall,” the Egyptians have found a revolutionary spokesman in internet activist Wael Ghoneim, who was imprisoned for 11 days. Meanwhile, Mubarak’s son Gamal, resigns from his post as leader of the ruling party. Protesters continue camping in Tahrir Square, demonstrating as Mubarak remains defiant, though transferring some of his power to his recently elected vice president, Omar Suleiman, instead of relinquishing power entirely. On February 11, Egyptians attend Friday prayers as they remain hopeful for their leader to end his rule. The news they have been waiting for arrives later in the evening, as Vice President Suleiman announces Mubarak’s resignation. Egyptians have now entered the next chapter in restructuring their nation.