Saturday, April 22, 2006

Rating: 4 out of 5

Available free for a limited time on Google Video this independent film provides a good insight into the underlying situation that resulted in the killing of protesting refugees outside the UNHCR's office in Cairo in January 2006.

The director, Davin Hutchins, secretly used camcorders and a laptop to direct and edit the film which also looks at how "...financial support for Egypt by the U.S. has created an unsafe environment for Sudanese and Egyptian citizens alike" according to Hutchins.

Looking at the film from a different perspective, it manages to highlight some of the issues associated with the making of a Michael Moorish type production, even if the result in this case suffers from failing to document the UNHCR protest itself.

Drugs are just bad, you should try to use Herbal Alternatives as a temporary replacement to loose the dependance!
Post a Comment

This page is powered by Blogger. Isn't yours?