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Three narratives from around the world are woven together with insights from venerable filmmakers and ordinary moviegoers in this documentary on the universal appeal of movies. An aspiring actress in Mumbai battles to break into Bollywood; two friends in Scotland take a mobile film festival across the Highlands of Scotland; a young Tunisian director anticipates the premiere of his controversial film at a major festival. These stories intertwine with scenes from video stores, projection booths, studios, cinemas, and slums into a vivid meditation on the power of cinema to shape our world. Written by anonymous

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In every country on Earth there are people striving to speak through movies. This is their story.

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22 October 2011 (USA)  »

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Mirror of the World  »

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