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Evaporating Borders (2014)

Not Rated | | Documentary, Drama | 2 February 2014 (USA)
Evaporating Borders is a visual essay on displacement and the search for identity. Told through a series of vignettes portraying the lives political migrants on the island of Cyprus, the ... See full summary »

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Iva Radivojevic

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Iva Radivojevic
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Evaporating Borders is a visual essay on displacement and the search for identity. Told through a series of vignettes portraying the lives political migrants on the island of Cyprus, the film explores global restrictive practices on migrating populations. Written by Anonymous

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Cyprus | USA

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Greek | English | Arabic

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2 February 2014 (USA) See more »

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Eltűnő határok See more »

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A Multilayered Narrative About Migration, Belonging and Displacement
30 March 2014 | by martynastarostaSee all my reviews

"Evaporating Borders" is a striking film essay about the experience of asylum seekers in Cyprus. Watching this essay unfold felt like embarking on a challenging journey. The film combines poetic yet concise observations of current events with the filmmaker's thoughts about identity, belonging and displacement in the context of a globalized economy. I really appreciated that Radivojevic decided to include people with a wide range of political opinions in her film. She was able to do justice to a controversial subject and at the same time I always felt that she was treating the stories of the refugees with empathy and respect. Her thoughtful approach made me think of a kaleidoscope where the viewer can never grasp the full picture because it's constantly in flux. This approach might be challenging for an audience that is used to clear-cut advocacy films with simple recipes on how to fix complex problems. But I believe that we also need subtle narratives, which challenge us both intellectually and emotionally. I am sure that we can use "Evaporating Borders" as an important tool to spark conversations about the human rights of migrants in our communities.


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