'Cairo Time' is one of those movies you will watch over and over again, and see new little nuances each time. The storyline is a romance, in the style of old Hollywood, and it is truly sweet. Filmed in the bustling city of Cairo, Egypt, 'Cairo Time' shows the intensity of this ancient city, with its mix of old and modern worlds. As you watch the movie you can't help noticing the scenery too. I won't tell you the storyline because I want you to see the film without any preconceived ideas. But I do have to say Canadian director Ruba Nadda didn't miss using those little touches that convey to the viewers the closeness of the two characters. My favourite moment was when 'Juliette' reaches for 'Tareq's' drink, and he lets her take a sip... an action that would never be taken between two acquaintances, but an action that shows the kind of intimacy one would see from two people in love. With excellent performances by Patricia Clarkson (Juliette) and Alexander Siddiq (Tareq), 'Cairo Time' reminds me of a classic film, Casablanca. It is a beautiful movie.