Tears of Gaza (2012)
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Disturbing, powerful and emotionally devastating, Tears of Gaza is less a conventional documentary than a record-presented with minimal gloss - of the 2008 to 2009 bombing of Gaza by the Israeli military. Photographed by several Palestinian cameramen both during and after the offensive, this powerful film by director Vibeke Løkkeberg focuses on the impact of the attacks on the civilian population. Tears of Gaza makes no overriding speeches or analyses. The situation leading up to the incursion
Sep 19, 2012 Limited
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This documentary's goals are noble ones, but its execution is something else again.
A brutally uncompromising blast of outrage, Vibeke Lokkeberg's "Tears of Gaza" is less a documentary than a collage of suffering.
The cameras linger on the faces of children as they tell their stories, unaffected and open.
A shattering anti-war movie that spotlights the too-soon death of innocence. Dispiritingly relevant and exceedingly effective in the gall and sadness it provokes.
The purpose of 'Tears of Gaza' is to make viewers uncomfortable and to take action instead of tuning out.
Searing, Guernica-like evocation of the brutal war against Palestinian civilians by a rogue state.
There's no coddling the audience in Vibeke Løkkeberg's verité heave of disgust as the full consequences on the Palestinian people of Operation Cast Lead are made sickeningly clear.
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