Born in Syria

Wellington
Sunday to:
14 May
Wednesday
17 May

Venue Location

5 Park Road, Miramar, Wellington

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ADULT
$18.00
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$14.00
CHILD Under 12 years are free with paying Adult, call 0508 iTICKET (484 253) to book
$0.00

Timing

Running Time: 86 minutes

Venue Location

5 Park Road, Miramar, Wellington

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2.50%
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$1.50

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Spain, Denmark / 2016 / 86 min / Arabic, Kurdish, French, English / Hernan Zin 

Since the beginning of the civil war in Syria, around four million Syrians have had to abandon their country, fleeing violence. Over half of them are children. Born in Syria narrates the journey of these refugees from the point of view of the children who live this constant torment. They suffer the abuse of the mafias, the harshness of the sea, the uncertainty of the future with barely the shirt on their back, only to arrive at their long awaited destination and start a new odyssey: an integration into a new land that, for many, is hostile. This is the greatest exodus of refugees since the Second World War, seen from a height of four and a half feet through seven stories of war, suffering, and desperation, but ultimately these stories are also tales of overcoming, innocence, bravery, and hope that help us understand what it means to have been born in Syria. The soundtrack is composed by Gabriel Yared. 

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