Daybreak Montreal | Dec 6, 2012 | 9:06

Review of Five Broken Cameras

The documentary film Five Broken Cameras is a rare first person view from the West Bank. It's filmed by a Palestinian father of three who lives in a village right next to the Israeli separation barrier. The film has won several awards including one at the Sundance Film Festival. We sent a Montrealer of Israeli origin and another of Palestinian origin to see the film.

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