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These Birds Walk (2013)

Not Rated | | Documentary, Drama, News | 1 November 2013 (USA)
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A poor runaway boy and a reluctant ambulance driver in Karachi. Their two lives come together through a dying humanitarian upon whom so much of their daily lives depend.
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Credited cast:
Shehr Ali Shehr Ali ... Himself
Qayyum Bhai Qayyum Bhai ... Himself
Abdul Sattar Edhi Abdul Sattar Edhi ... Himself
Asad Ghori Asad Ghori ... Himself
Ajab Gul Ajab Gul ... Himself
Happy Mohammad Happy Mohammad ... Himself
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A poor runaway boy and a reluctant ambulance driver in Karachi. Their two lives come together through a dying humanitarian upon whom so much of their daily lives depend.

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Not Rated
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Pakistan | USA

Language:

Urdu

Release Date:

1 November 2013 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Karachi, Pakistan

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Opening Weekend USA:

$5,454, 3 November 2013, Limited Release

Gross USA:

$10,800, 8 November 2013
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Missing Too Much
16 May 2014 | by westsideschlSee all my reviews

What was shown was worth a higher rating, but what they failed to show brings it down to five. They failed to substantiate through interviews, research or data the level of young male isolation, abuse and poverty and the resulting outcomes within Pakistan. Out of "courtesy" and privacy they did not show many scenes, such as inside homes, that would have led to a better and more objective understanding of conditions. For those of us in the rest of the world who view this documentary an objective framework would help in understanding severity and scope. They also, for similar reasons, did not show film of females who as we all know undergo much more severe abuse.


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