This film offers a different perspective on the Arab Spring, giving the audience the opportunity to experience the Egyptian revolution from the eyes of a Bedouin falcon trainer who sees the regime fall from afar and speaks of how falconry and government are similar. It also gives voice to many who didn't contribute much during the revolution but are part of the process nonetheless.
MD Rezwan Al Islam graduated from Northwestern University in Qatar and was a student of the Doha Film Institute's intensive filmmaking program. He directed Heartbeat, A-Flat; and El Barr. Jassim Al Romaihi recently graduated from Northwestern as well, where he made many short films. He always tries to bring out aspects of the Arab heritage in his work.