An auteur's narrative interwoven with those of other Syrian characters highlighting years of silence, fear and terror. A representation of stories which were behind the eruption of the Syrian revolution. A Memory in Khaki is a cry out breathe for that which is embattled inside the spirits of individuals who lived under the Syrian oppressive regime. The auteur's personal narrative is interwoven with those of other Syrian characters who were forced, because of their political beliefs, to leave the country before or after the revolution. The film sheds light on years of silence, fear and terror, and it dives into the stories which were behind the eruption of the Syrian society and the start of its revolution. It is a Syrian account which, by laying out the past, tells the story of the future.
Q&A Guests: Louai Haffar
Director: Alfoz Tanjour
Syria | Qatar
Language: Arabic with English subtitles
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Categories: All Shows , Outside Presenter
Parental Advisory: This film contains mature content; war
ACT Human Rights Film Festival
OFFSITE Event: The Lyric
Regular $10 | Student $5 | 4-Pack Regular $30, Student $15 | All Festival Pass $90