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PRIVACY OF WOUNDS

by Dalia Kury

synopsis

Hasan, Mazen and Khaldoon have all been political prisoners in Syria. They meet for the first time in the cell and begin to cautiously approach their memories. They are all intruiged to meet with other political prisoners as well as humble about the terrible things they’ve experienced. Their stories are full of both pain and hope. How do you greet a mother you haven’t seen in 13 years? How do you hug your child after a year of torture? How do you help your fellow prisoners mend their wounds? From these shared experiences arise an honest and intimate conversation that remind us what is important in life.

international title: Privacy of Wounds
original title: Privacy of Wounds
country: Norway, France
year: 2018
genre: documentary
directed by: Dalia Kury
film run: 70'
film editing: Eyad Hamam
music: Marek Unrap
producer: Jonathan Borge
co-producer: Victor Ede
production: UpNorth Film, Cinéphage Productions
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