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Excellent documentary showing "Sad but True"
9 February 2012 | by (UK) – See all my reviews

Excellent and bold documentary, It is very rare to see this kind of brave coverage exposing the crimes committed against the Palestinians. Heart breaking accounts of the events that took place by first hand witnesses. I don't understand some of the reviews saying "it is boring" or "repetitive". You cannot possibly find this film boring if you have any kind of human compassion. And yes, there is some repetitiveness, it is a documentary based on interviews of eye-witnesses who all viewed the same massacre... The film goes beyond explaining the facts and documenting an important event, it also helps the audience understand the impact this massacre had on its victims and survivors.

A must see eye opener for everyone.


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