Timbuktu

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kay louise

Tragic! such pathos! the families leading their simple life, singing an playing together, with the jihadists forbidding Everything in the name of Allahj! no soccer, no music, no enjoyment....horrible-yes, so helpless, we cannot do anything but pray for these poor victimised decent people ...Read more

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Stephanie

Stunning.

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Amy

So sad because these things are actually happening. You feel helpless. God help the world.

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Kathleen

So heart-rendingly tragic, yet absolutely exquisite.

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Judith

Beautiful and triste,

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Jonathan

Esta película fue triste, pero todavía lo me gusta.

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