The one and only Syrian film to make the festival brings the viewer to the front lines of the war that rages as we speak. Often extremely violent, director Matthew VanDyke shows us first-hand what it is like to be inside the most brutal of wars, and talks about the choices made by ordinary Syrian people.
A female journalist claims there is little hope but to face death head on. Every day there are women at home doing dishes or cooking food, and then a missile or shrapnel flies through the window and they are killed, so it is better to die doing something worthwhile, she says.
This is a terrifying film that everyone should see, and more importantly, should act on.