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Sour (Home Use)

NR

Already familiar with images of war and destruction from the media, this film asks the real question..."What does an instrument of peace look like?" For one group of youth from the Middle East, the unlikely answer is a skateboard.

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Director Nathan Gray
Studio TheBedouins
MPAA rating NR (Not Rated)
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Format Amazon Video (streaming online video)

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By Christopher M. Stockel on October 16, 2009
Format: DVD
Documentaries like this are excellent: They provide a cultural interface that is accesible to today's youth. It is effortlessly cool, yet it deals with important issues in today's world. This video makes not only enoyable viewing, but great classroom material for any cultural studies/conflict resolution class. I commend Mr Scarrit for exploring these themes in such a fruitful manner. Plus, the skateboarding rulez!!!
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