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The Cave is a movie starring Amani Ballour, Salim Namour, and Alaa. Amidst air strikes and bombings, a group of female doctors in Ghouta, Syria struggle with systemic sexism while trying to care for the injured using limited...

Genres
Documentary, War
Director
Feras Fayyad
Starring
Salim Namour, Amani Ballour, Samaher, Alaa

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Product details

Genres Documentary, War
Director Feras Fayyad
Writer Alisar Hasan, Feras Fayyad
Stars Salim Namour, Amani Ballour, Samaher, Alaa
Country France, Qatar, Denmark, Germany, USA, UK
Also Known As La cueva, The Cave: szpital w ogniu, Al-kahf, ザ・ケーブ
Runtime 1 h 47 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description Amidst air strikes and bombings, a group of female doctors in Ghouta, Syria struggle with systemic sexism while trying to care for the injured using limited resources.

Top reviews

Sunday, 13 Sep 2020 11:24

I was fortunate enough to see this in a theater. I'm not sure how I missed it before, because I'm one of those people who's far too busy to bother watching the commercials. As I saw the movie, I was reminded of the movie The Deer Hunter, which I was also fortunate to see at the theater. Both movies are directed by the same director, John Badham. That's right. John Badham. This is the same director of The Deer Hunter. The plot: a very well-meaning and sensitive man in his sixties is sent into the Afghan mountains to find some of the young soldiers he has saved from the Taliban. As the movie unfolds, we see that all the soldiers he has saved are killed, some in very violent ways. The man is also killed, but the film makes it clear that he is an angel sent down from heaven to protect these men. While on the journey, we learn that all the soldiers are getting soppy-mouthed about the war. It's funny to watch as some of the young men describe their feelings about the war. They call it a "distant nightmare" and the main character says, "It is so distant, it is as if it never happened." All in all, this is a very well-made movie. The movie has a very good cast, with a very good soundtrack, and has a very good sense of direction. The movie also has a great sense of humor. The main character has a very great sense of humor. And the movie has a very good sense of realism. There are no stereotypical characters. The main character is a father, a soldier, a friend, and a brother. All of them are very realistic. The men in the film are mostly very good, but not everyone is a perfect hero. Most of the men in the film are not very religious, but are very much religious. As the movie progresses, we learn that these men are good, but not perfect. The way these men react to the situation they find themselves in is very realistic. And this realism extends to the way they treat each other. We see that the soldiers that they bring back to base are treated very well. They are given food, but they are also given the ability to speak to each other. We see that they are allowed to have their families come visit them. This is an important part of the film. The soldiers are treated like family, not like objects that have been brought to them. And when the soldiers are being treated like family, they don't just treat each other like objects, but they treat each other as people. That's how the movie portrays these men. The music in this movie is very well-done. The music helps to tell the story. I think that the music in the movie is great. The movie also has some really great dramatic moments. The movie does not shy away from showing the horrors of war. There is no war at all in this movie. There are no American soldiers in the movie. They are all Afghan, but there is no war. There is no conflict. They just do a job for the Afghan government, and do it very
Thursday, 27 Aug 2020 15:46

I can't understand why so many people are saying it's too long and boring. I think it's the director's way of showing what happened to them in Afghanistan. The whole point is that he doesn't tell the story in any particular order. This is the one thing that makes it boring, rather than showing the whole thing in the order of the liberation of Afghanistan. The same is the case of his documentary on the French occupation of Afghanistan, "Two Years Later". The way he tells the story is a bit strange, too. It's very much like the "memoirs" he tells of himself, telling us how he lived, how he felt and what he had to do. In this case, we don't get to hear him telling us what happened, as he says he didn't have to. There are many things in the documentary that are important, for example the Afghan women's liberation. But these things are not shown, or not shown in the way they should be. The documentary on the German occupation of Afghanistan is even worse, because they are just told through the German soldier's point of view. The film is not objective, because it's a documentary, and as a documentary it should show the reality. If you don't want to see a documentary, see the documentary on the Afghan women's liberation, because this is a film that is showing the reality of what happened in Afghanistan, with great style. I hope that, when people see this documentary, they see that it's a good way to show the reality of what happened in Afghanistan. We are not the only people who were in Afghanistan in the eighties. The Vietnamese were there, too, and they are not shown in the film, as they are not part of the liberation of Afghanistan. That's why, if you watch this film, see how the people in Afghanistan are treated. A lot of people died in Afghanistan in the eighties, and as a documentary it is important to show that. The director did a great job with the footage he had. He filmed a lot of the interviews, and also the village where he lived and worked, and he talked to a lot of people who were in Afghanistan, and from the beginning I felt I was going back in time. A lot of the film is very calm and very beautiful. I was surprised by how much the director managed to capture the atmosphere of the eighties. In the first part, you will hear about the Americans and the Russians, and then you'll get to see the Afghans and their situation. I think this is one of the most beautiful documentaries I've ever seen. I think it's the best documentary on the US and the Russian occupation of Afghanistan I've ever seen. The documentary has a lot of amazing footage, and I can't think of anything more to say about it. It's one of the best documentaries I've ever seen, and it deserves a 10/10.
Sunday, 26 Jul 2020 20:34

While this film covers a lot of ground in its first hour, it does not give enough away to be worth the wait. Still, it is worth watching, as it provides insight into a long and bloody war fought in Afghanistan between the Soviets and the Americans. The movie follows the war from the perspective of three soldiers, Omar, Hassan, and Qusay, who are most interested in seeing their mission accomplished. As the war unfolds, we see that the battle is not about the battle itself. It is about the soldiers themselves, and their stories. While Omar is an idealistic young guy and Hassan is just a typical soldier, Qusay is the all-American hero. The war is not about American soldiers, it is about Afghans who fight and die to protect their homeland and are willing to die for their country. For this reason, it is interesting to see how these soldiers deal with death and see the conflict through their eyes. While the war is primarily about war, it is also about relationships and family. In this respect, it is interesting to see the war as a movie. The movie starts off by talking about the war and then the life of the three soldiers. It also talks about the stories of some of the other soldiers in the platoon. While it is the first part, it does not tell much. In fact, it is the first part that I wish had been included. However, the war itself is covered well. The movie does a good job at covering the details of the war and covering the details of the war in the middle. Overall, the movie was not as interesting as the other war documentaries that have come out recently. While it was entertaining, I felt that the war is not shown enough. Still, the movie is worth watching if you are interested in this war. 8/10


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