As the scholars presented in the film note, "this was the first revolution in the world that was on Facebook before it happened". Tahir Square means "liberty" in Arabic. Nobody was certain of the outcome and in many respects it is, like all democracies, a living experiment.
I will certainly be watching this film as it was a historical and monumental movement in world history. It has been said that Egypt is a leading indicator of where the Arabic world is going.
One wonders if any lessons can be learned from the Egyptian experience as we consider the Idle No More movement and the anxiety by some that there may be violent confrontation with blockades, blockages and other less civil forms of resistance and disruption.
As Amr Waked concludes, "28th of January was the day fear died in Egypt"