5 Broken Cameras at The Cinema Museum

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Documentary offering a fascinating glimpse at life inside modern day Palestine through the eyes of a farmer and his workers, who are resisting Israeli oppression. Emad is a labourer, who lives in the village of Bil'in, west of Ramallah in the West Bank. With his very first video camera, he captures harrowing footage of bulldozers tearing through his land. Emad's wife fears there will be reprisals for her husband's constant filming but he persists, determined to show the world what is happening in his homeland.

Director:
Emad Burnat
Duration:
94
Country:
Pales/Isr/Fr/Neth
Year:
2011

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