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Last Men in Aleppo (2017)

Denmark, Syria 104m, Colour
Director: Firas Fayyad

Last Men in Aleppo is a documentary about the personal struggles and heroic deeds of three men who are part of the White Helmet search and rescue team amid the Syrian Civil War. A deeply emotional film, this is a stark reminder that civilians are paying the price for a war that seemingly serves no purpose but for those in power, or wanting to claim power, over a country that lays in ruin. Last Men in Aleppo is a difficult but important eyewitness account that needs to be seen (Klaus Ming February 2018).


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