678 (Arabic: فيلم 678) is a 2010 Egyptian film by director Mohamed Diab focusing on the sexual harassment of women in Egypt. The film took top prize in the 2010 Dubai International Film Festival, Muhr Arab category. Controversies around the film include a threatened lawsuit by Egyptian pop singer Tamer Hosny for the film's use of his song, as he did not wish it associated with the subject, and an attempt by attorney Abdel Hamid Shabaan to block the film from the Festival due to its poor portrayal of Egypt. The filmmaker denied any intent to defame Egypt, as the issues are universal. Mahmoud Hanfy Mahmoud of the Association for Human rights and Social Justice requested that the film be banned as potentially inciting women to injure men's genitals with sharp tools, but filmmakers argued that it did not encourage but merely documented the practice of some women carrying such tools for self-defense.