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Uniquely powerful, putting faces and human consequences to a political dispute that will seemingly never end. --The Hollywood Reporter
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My only criticism is that the subtitles are often hard to read. An easy fix.
As we see in FIVE BROKEN CAMERAS, Burnat's cameras suffer the least of it compared to human life lost as Palestinians demonstrate against Israeli settlement construction in Bil'in. This proves a documentary by coincidence, as Burnat only obtains the first of what would be five movie cameras when the youngest of his four children is born in 2005. But what a coincidence. When you hear the first words of that youngest child, you have to ask why any should have to grow up in what is essentially an endless war zone.
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Moving first-hand account of the apartheid in Israel and its humanity to Palestinians.Published 12 days ago by somedude
Although the situation is tragic within the region which was filmed, there are many questions about short sided perspectives and liberties being taken. Read morePublished 16 days ago by shane hall
I love love love this film. It is a raw illustration of the real and serous situation Palestinians face in the West Bank. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Turner Ritchie
Before I say another word let me say that I am a Jew by upbringing and not an anti-semite. I found this film extremely disturbing even though I was aware of the settlement issue... Read morePublished 19 days ago by passionate reviewer
This film is one that should be aired on National TV so the world can see how the Israel government is handling the Arabic people. African American Slavery card is always played. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Gracia Draper
Deeply affecting document of Palestinian mistreatment at the hands of Israeli settlers and soldiers as the small village of Bil’ni is slowly co-opted and taken away from it’s long... Read morePublished 3 months ago by K. Gordon