Movie Review: PEOPLE OF NOWHERE (2016)

Festival Reviews

  MOVIE POSTERPEOPLE OF NOWHERE, 2min, Israel, Documentary/Music Video
Directed by Lior Sperando

Music Video about the wave of Syrian refugees who try to make their way into Europe.

Seen at the July 2016 Under 5min. FEEDBACK Film Festival in Toronto.

Movie Review by Kierston Drier

Gripping, vivid and gut-punchingly real People Of Nowhere, directed by Lior Sperandeo (with huge credits to the Drone Operator Joel Davis and Music Design by Ravid Kahalani) is a sharp, powerful look at the Syrian refugee crisis. Coming in at just under two minutes, it is a testament to the skill of the filmmaker that such incredible emotion can be rendered by such a short piece. Shot with no dialogue but with exceptional sound design, the piece People Of Nowhere  showcases the seemingly endless masses of human life that arrives on coastlines when fleeing Syria.

Many times with clearly nothing but the clothing they are…

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