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THE WAR SHOW REVIEWED “The War Show” follows a side of the Arab Spring that rarely gets caught on film. While Egypt saw their efforts turn out more favorably, the Arab Spring meant something else in Syria. What started out as meaningful protest ended up leading into a period of sustained warfare. Watching as how happy young people start out as protestors and then watch their lives fall away is staggering. The documentary is dark...
December 7, 20171 min

THE WAR SHOW REVIEWED

“The War Show” follows a side of the Arab Spring that rarely gets caught on film. While Egypt saw their efforts turn out more favorably, the Arab Spring meant something else in Syria. What started out as meaningful protest ended up leading into a period of sustained warfare. Watching as how happy young people start out as protestors and then watch their lives fall away is staggering. The documentary is dark to a point that it might be too much for most, I still recommend checking it out.

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  • 1.78:1 standard definition transfer
  • Dolby 2.0

RELEASE DATE: 11/28/17

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    Video - 86%
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    Film Score - 90%
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The Plot Thus Far

A Syrian radio DJ shares her experiences in the aftermath of the 2011 Arab Spring.

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