Two years after the Egyptian Revolution during the Arab Spring, there is full war on the streets of Cairo. The military has taken the power from the Muslim Brotherhood and the air is dense with tear gas, bullets and screams from men, women and children. In the midst of this chaos is a group of people locked in a police bus. There are journalists, sympathizers of the military and sympathizers of the Muslim Brotherhood. "It's claustrophobic and dark-hearted, sometimes so intense and ugly that you lose your breath", writes Emma Gray Munthe at Aftonbladet, and states that Clash is "a film that both impresses and moves". She rates it 4 out of 5.