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Balbir Singh Bhamara,
Satnam Singh Bhamara
I have a huge respect for everyone involved and the importance of this project. But I have to be honest and admit that I was pretty bored by this documentary.
It was mainly interviews with people who it involved, their memories and their stories on how it impacted them and also the history in a whole. This is important but it makes one a bit bored.
I did like though to give us a perspective on the times and what was going on when speaking of civil wars. And my favorite part of the documentary were the old videos and pictures showing us the atmosphere of the games.
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