Where Microphone showed a younger generation desperate for change, at a time when even the small freedom to simply put on a music concert was denied, Rags and Tatters
shows how this very same generation's frustration has now reached breaking point.
Ahmed Abdalla follows Heliopolis and Microphone with his third feature Rags and Tatters
, shown for another week in Egyptian cinemas after an extension of its original screeningtime of one week.
Having stroked over 11 successful kicks the previous week, he scored six out of six at Tatters
said: "We worked really hard for each other and defended well.
On paper, Tatters
alls has compiled a catalogue significantly better than last year's, with juveniles entered by the likes of Acclamation, Anabaa, Dalakhani, Distorted Humor, Elusive Quality, Empire Maker, Forestry, Galileo, Giant's Causeway, Green Desert, Maria's Mon, Mr Greeley, Oasis Dream, Rainbow Quest, Sadler's Wells and Street Cry.
There's only one reason his marriage and career are in tatters
- it's because of his own vanity, stupidity and irresponsibility.
Two senior judges said the situation was "regrettable", and yesterday ordered a "thorough and searching" new investigation into how Mr Tatters
came to die in November 2003.
Some corn varieties that arose on the Caribbean island of Antigua defend themselves with chemical attacks that leave insect gut linings in tatters
The third tower contains an assortment of Swiss national flags, some almost in tatters
, gathered from buildings, back gardens and allotments around the country.
Afghanistan's economy is in tatters
, and in a bid to turn the country around and perhaps seek more foreign aid, Taliban leaders have agreed to crack down on widespread poppy plant growing.
but the engine is impetuous and the tatters
make a whole
We have to ensure that Sinn Fein is there in a better position to negotiate a better agreement than the one which is now in tatters
Seven years later, this plan, like many administration initiatives, rests in tatters
even as the president declares it a success.
However, we do know that the Chancellor has made extravagant spending pledges for the NHS, education and transport which he will not be able to meet, while the rural economy is in tatters
following the foot-and-mouth debacle.
EMBARRASSED Elgin chairman Graham Tatters
last night admitted he had to be talked out of quitting the club after the Rangers ticket fiasco.