Last Men in Aleppo Reviews

July 11, 2017
[It] give(s) chilling context to the weight of how long these conflicts have raged.
May 18, 2017
A tightly focused, on-the-ground account of three men who serve in the White Helmets.
May 18, 2017
While "Last Men in Aleppo" could stand a trim here and there, it mostly uses its length to good and heart-rending effect ...
May 5, 2017
A cool, objective film critic could complain that Last Men in Aleppo becomes repetitious, but it's that repetition that eats into your mind and makes objectivity foolish.
Top Critic
May 4, 2017
Last Men balances the visceral and the melancholy.
Top Critic
May 4, 2017
Last Men In Aleppo has the upsetting urgency of breaking news: There are moments that could have come straight from a live stream, given the violence that's still rocking Syria, months after Fayyad's cameras stopped rolling.
May 3, 2017
An unforgettable and essential documentary about something that demands to be seen, even if it can never hope to be understood.
May 3, 2017
An unflinching depiction of life in a vulnerable city, a place where innocents are constantly under attack, and the few people doing their best to protect it.
May 2, 2017
A documentary both urgent and mournful ...
May 2, 2017
Even though Last Men in Aleppo is mostly a ground-level, you-are-there experience, the eyes of history, and maybe even of something greater, are never far.
Top Critic
February 4, 2017
[It] may not be the most comprehensively explanatory or analytical film yet made on the war, but it's the one that provides viewers with the most sensorily vivid and empathetic sense yet of how it feels to live (and die) through the carnage.
January 24, 2017
Last Men in Aleppo is one of the most difficult documentaries you'll see this year.
January 21, 2017
Hard to watch, but necessary.