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Certainly a story well worth telling, especially in the current political climate of grotesque intolerance.
Deeply moving in its message of compassion and principled refusal to descend into brutality.
Benrath does an excellent job of building tension in double-quick time, also finding room for other, less easily evoked emotions, such as regret and doubt.
Watu Wote (All of Us) is a beautiful film showing the tragic devolution of religion as a set of guiding principles.
German director Katja Benrath effortlessly builds tension and honors Farah without having her film descending into a sermon.
A young woman moves through the mayhem with almost serene courage.
Watu Wote is an inspirational story of solidarity based not on identity, race, or religion, but by the undeniable fact that we're all human beings.
For something intended just to show what happened and to honor the heroic demise of one of the passengers, it does its job.
The event, which according to the film took place only a few years ago, offers a unique perspective on current events.
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