Culled from nearly 1,000 hours of stunningly visceral footage, the film explores some of the horrific conditions that refugees commonly flee from, and shows their humanity and courage in the face of physical threats as well as a largely hostile political environment. Consequently, the filmmakers, who previously collaborated on a trio of films about the war in Afghanistan (“Restrepo,” “The Last Patrol” and “Korengal”), also capture the Syrian war’s harrowing carnage and political and social consequences, while painting an alarming picture of the west’s role in the creation of ISIS.
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