Ever since the 25 January 2011, most Egyptians have been more interested in politics and economics than watching newly released movies, so the cinemas are feeling the pinch.
Until a few months before the revolution, most young Egyptians eased the stress of everyday life by watching hit movies. You could see long queues of them outside the cinemas. But all that has changed.
In post-revolution Egypt, Egyptians have become obsessed with the political and economic instability engulfing their country, with their desire for political talk shows surpassing their desire for movies on the silver screen.
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