Sunday, July 10, 2005
Turtles Can Fly
Turtles Can Fly is one of those films that you are glad you saw, but exposes you to unpleasant realities of a cruel world. I went to see it with my friend D, and we had to discuss for several hours after the film. In a village on the Iran/Turkey border, a group of orphans struggles to survive amid land mines and soldiers of war. An excellent film, but a real eye opener to the horrors of war, and a culture that struggles, daily, just to survive.
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