5 Broken Cameras
Non-Violent Resistance in the Middle East

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It is easy to shut down when watching a film that deals with such pain and controversy, and reduce the experience to a series of binaries: right and wrong, good and bad, Palestinian and Israeli. We hope people will put aside pre-judgments and approach the film with fresh eyes.
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i am so glad i watched this. thank you for sharing, for filming, for showing me a little bit of what its like. namaste.

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