Jealous of the Birds

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June

Very interesting topic and points of view. Very good interviewees. Did not like the overly dramatic soundtrack; droning strings are overused.

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Joan

Thought the filmmaking was quite good and the topic, which is not well researched or known, is important for anyone who wants to know about what happens after war and genocide: coexistence, even if there is no reconciliation.

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