Jihan Noujaim's Oscar-nominated film, "The Square," documents three years of Egyptian protests admirably, with some minor faults. (For example, the subtitles whitewash massive cries of "Down with the AGENT" -- a word with an insidious history of slandering proponents of peace with Israel.) Though on the whole an appealing and well-done film, it misses the arc of the story. Its thesis -- that even with Sisi's rise to power, Egyptian politics have changed forever since Tahrir -- does not grapple with the resounding calls for a restoration of military rule. I'd like to see a filmmaker ask how a nation can come together in demanding one thing, then come together in demanding its opposite, in the historical blink of an eye.