Gaza Strip (2002)
Critic Reviews for Gaza Strip
Presents a most persuasive vision of hell on Earth.
A documentary to make the stones weep -- as shameful as it is scary.
While it is interesting to witness the conflict from the Palestinian side, Longley's film lacks balance ... and fails to put the struggle into meaningful historical context.
It provides a grim, upsetting glimpse at the lives of some of the 1.2 million Palestinians who live in the crowded cities and refugee camps of Gaza.
Audience Reviews for Gaza Strip
I thought this documentary to be extremely boring. Most scenes they just show kids talking about all the times they almost got shot. No facts are presented here, just people's emotions. The capture of most scenes were very poor.
I love Palestine and am very interested in it. I see documentaries about it and read about it whenever I get the chance. This movie shows daily life around the time of the intifada in 2001. It is good. The only downside is that it leaves you wanting more.
This film really opened up my eyes to the crimes being committed by Israel to those people in the Gaza Strip. I can't express my sympathy for the children and the families. It's really horrific what's being done them on the daily basis. I can't understand why the US and other countries don't intercede for these people either.
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