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"In Syria" is a finely made film - brisk, well-acted and filled with tension and mean twists. But it's also a wake-up call and a cry for help.
It can sometimes feel like 'Insyriated' is awkwardly carrying the weight of an entire complicated conflict on its shoulders - but its sense of claustrophobia and immediacy can also feel horribly convincing.
Gripping from start to finish.
Like a Holocaust script that aims for sentiment and phony realism, the results reduce the tragedy to cheap TV-movie tricks.
Insyriated is an uncomfortable but must-see film - a drama that feels like a documentary - that gives a worthy insight into the plight of ordinary people in a desperate situation.
Anger, guilt, and anguish become inevitably present in a tumultuous, anarchic world that every true man should be ashamed of.
This is not an easy film to watch. It's more like an experience that needs to be endured, but its challenge is profoundly important.
The gamble works to turn the apartment into a symbol or a country that has become no man's land. [Full Review in Spanish]
Hiam Abbass is commanding. [Full Review in Spanish]
From one hallway to the next and from room to room, [Philippe Van Leeuw] turns a home and its inhabitants into the center of the most complicated look at human conduct. [Full Review in Spanish]
Within the magnificent cast, the three women who star in it stand out for their sublime performance: Hiam Abbass, Diamand Bou Abboud and Juliette Navis... [Full review in Spanish]
The cast give great performances, especially Hiam Abbass. [Full Review in Spanish]
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