Film Reviews

 

 

 

Boxoffice Magazine
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Simply taking the viewer on a journey into a mundane reality that has been so sensationalized by the global press borders on something higher than a good film.

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DOX Magazine
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The gritty yet beautiful neo-realist cinematography adds to the idea that piety and humanity exist side by side. The filmmaker’s ultimate skill is in transcending the most impenetrable collective representation of the Muslim male.

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International Herald Tribune
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This beautifully shot film examines ex-mujaheddin fighter Abu Ammar, who is trying, but failing, to build a normal life. It is a disturbing and bleak portrait of a man struggling to children and two wives on meager earnings he gets from scrounging for recyclable cardboard.

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

Washington Post
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Recycle – A beautiful evocation of that limbo world.

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