Cries From Syria
Global Cultures • 1h 51m
Covering five years of conflict, Cries from Syria serves as a record of Syria's brutal disintegration and the dangers faced by its many refugees. Incorporating gripping first-hand accounts from activists, child protesters, and a former army general who joined the uprising, this compelling documentary bears witness to the resilience of the people in the wake of their exposure to unthinkable crimes against humanity.
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