middle east. nadine barber explains. strictly speaking it is not a documentary, but as close as you can get to experiencing this refugee camp without traveling to the border. life on the border was timed by eight children living in camps in syria and iraq. after fleeing war and isil attacks. the group of film makers camerashem to use cameras and help them script scenes. some of the stories that emerged were too traumatic to show. some of the kids you wanted to make to give them the camera to talk about this stuff. so we didn't want to tell them to shoot this story what is happening.
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