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Unformatted text preview: . . . . . . . . PROMISES a Film Analysis By: Haitham Mellouli Prof. greene 3/21/2008 H U M 2 2 5 0 P R O M I S E S It is said that children are very brilliant in their own ways. The film “Promises” is one documentary that proves the power and brilliance in the brains of children. The innocence makes for unblocked and unfiltered conversations. Those conversations always speak in a different light because children, unlike adults, do not put too many calculations in their words. The movie promises is set in Jerusalem, where Israeli-American filmmaker B.Z. followed the daily lives of 7 children from Palestine and Israel. These children live no more than 20 minutes from each other, yet they live in entirely different worlds. He asked them question regarding the other side. Each child expresses their opinion very freely. The movie starts with Daniel and Yarko. They are twins from secular Jewish family that The movie starts with Daniel and Yarko....
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This note was uploaded on 04/14/2008 for the course HUMANITIES HUM-2250-E taught by Professor James during the Spring '08 term at Valencia.
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