SEEDS features ten teenagers who undertake the challenge of coexisting with their "enemies". Every summer, young leaders from four conflict regions meet at the Seeds of Peace Camp in Maine.... See full summary »
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SEEDS features ten teenagers who undertake the challenge of coexisting with their "enemies". Every summer, young leaders from four conflict regions meet at the Seeds of Peace Camp in Maine. For three life-changing weeks, they learn to share their dreams and fears, listen to opposing views, see beyond prejudices and, eventually, to respect each other as individuals as they attempt to build the one thing they all strive for: a future based on peace, prosperity and reconciliation.

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25 July 2004 (USA)  »

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The Path to Peace  »

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Compelling and powerful
26 July 2004 | by (Washington, DC) – See all my reviews

This film opened up this year's AFI SilverDocs festival and is a very important work. Although not as technically masterful as other documentaries, the film makers have wisely and with a gifted eye focused on the stories of the children who participate in the Seeds for Peace camps. Seeds for Peace takes teens and young adults from generational war torn areas, specifically the middle east, and place them in a camp whose curriculum is designed to break down the identification of enemy. The work is tremendous, but it's the kids, their stories both before, during and after camp and what goes in their decision to chose peace that is compelling. Highly recommended.


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