Directed by Alfoz Tanjour
In 2009, the streets of Damascus teemed with people and markets brimmed with life.
This is a lyrical documentary about the Syrian Civil War that weaves five personal stories about life under the Assad regime, highlighting years of silence, fear and terror. Together the stories are collected fragments of memory that tell us that free life can never be monochromatic, let alone khaki.
A valuable contribution to the growing discourse around the Syrian Civil War.Daniel Glassman, Point of View Magazine
Birch Carroll & Coyle Cinema - Darwin City