Resistance Is Life
Life in a Syrian Refugee Camp

Resistance Is Life - Life in a Syrian Refugee Camp
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Rudy

Heart rendering and at the same time inspiring. The suffering of the women and children in war is so often overshadowed by the stories of the military. This documentary captures so honestly the courage of the women and children.

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