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An invaluable and ultimately heart-breaking glimpse into current Middle Eastern conflicts that looks past the headlines to reveal the human beings involved.
This intimate, essential doc captures the experiences of a single family battered by truly daunting circumstances.
A Syrian Love Story aims to put names and faces to the problems in Syria, making the film personal and deeply emotional. It succeeds, in every way.
No matter how close he becomes to the family ("he's not my uncle," Bob is forced to explain at one point), McAllister somehow keeps our focus on the fact that this is all a microcosm of a more global crisis.
Shot over five years, it became a heartbreaking portrait of a marriage unravelling.
Sean McAllister's intimate, achingly poignant documentary couldn't be more timely.
As in all the best movies, you can't see the twists coming. And there are an awful lots of twists.
Providing an intimate insight into the realities behind the headlines, this provocative and compassionate study is both timely and essential viewing.
Revealing on the totalitarian horrors of the Assad regime, but sometimes uncomfortable to watch.
This is about love, but it could as well be called A Syrian Rage Story or A Syrian Despair Story.
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