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The impressionistic results succeed in conveying widespread social problems on a relatable scale.
The poignancy of this film, made over a period of several months, is that the boys are both afraid of going home and passionately desirous of returning to their families.
These Birds Walk serves as a reminder of the resilience of children and how little it takes to keep hope alive.
When [the filmmakers] enter Taliban territory to bring Omar home... the boy visits a shrine against Asad's wishes, resulting in one of the most exciting and daringly filmed chase scenes in the recent cinema.
Observational doc offers an intimate view of a huge Pakistan charity.
These Birds Walk might be the single most beautiful documentary of the year so far.
The central story could have been a nice drama. The bigger picture and context could have been a nice documentary. But it doesn't work in between.
The Ehdi Foundation - the non-profit at the centre of the film - looks after children with unwavering love and dedication, and this compassion translates into the film itself.
Slumdog documentary, Pakistani-style!
Remarkable inspirational social conscious doc.
Some of the snatches of conversation we hear are like found art, poetic in what they capture and convey.
The film not only tugs at the heartstrings but also immerses the audience into its subjects' storylines and culture.
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