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The Cave

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...

Other Titles
The Cave: szpital w ogniu, Al-kahf, La cueva, ザ・ケーブ
Running Time
1 hours 47 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Documentary, War
Feras Fayyad
Feras Fayyad, Alisar Hasan
Salim Namour, Amani Ballour, Samaher, Alaa
France, Germany, UK, USA, Qatar, Denmark
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

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.

Comments about documentary «The Cave» (14)

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Kyle H.

The film is about a young boy who's father is killed in a war, and his mother is a prisoner in a Nazi concentration camp. She has to survive on her own, and in a harsh environment. The film has a lot of great footage and is a good documentary. I think it's important to show the horrors of the camps, and the people who were there. The film is well made, and well done. I would recommend it.

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Dylan H.

A young guy that wants to make a documentary about the Libyan desert makes a terrible mistake. He goes and gets some locals to act as actors in a documentary about the Libyan desert. One thing leads to another and the movie eventually reveals the story of the Libyan desert. It was pretty impressive to see the desert filmed in such an amazing way. I liked the fact that the director used some real things that actually happened in the desert and some really interesting camera angles. The fact that the movie was only about a few days in the desert was a bit boring because you were getting used to it. It was interesting to see the desert get destroyed but also interesting to see how the people who lived there did it. I would recommend it for people who love to travel the world.

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Deborah Morgan

I loved this documentary! It made me feel like I was in the jungle and I thought it was very well done. I loved the jungle, I loved the explorers, I loved the locals, and I even thought the Director did an excellent job in not over dramatizing the horrors of the situation. It was a very well done documentary that told a great story about the jungle and the war. I wish there was a DVD out that would have a few more minutes of the actual jungle, but that is not a problem. It would be worth it to see it again.

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Roy M.

As an American I found the film to be very well done and informative. The history of the film was interesting and the commentary from the British historian was very interesting. The film was a good summary of the events and the British's view of the events. I would recommend this film to anyone who wants to learn more about the events that happened in WW2. I believe the film is very well done and the film makers did a very good job of presenting the facts and the views of the British historian.

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Howard Sanchez

You should really watch this movie. First off, this movie is a lot more factual than most documentaries you'll see. I am surprised that the National Geographic editors were allowed to make the decisions they did. It's a great documentary, and there are a lot of moving parts to it. It is a great documentary because it gives you a whole lot of information about what the war was like for the Japanese. It is also a great documentary because it shows you what the people of Japan were going through. There are so many amazing things about it. I highly recommend this movie. I have watched it at least 5 times, and I'm always looking forward to watch it again.

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Diane Douglas

The cinematic adventure of a single human being as he travels through the heart of war. The narrator, Chris Marker, and his fellow American soldier are captivated by the beauty of the Himalayan landscape. As the story unfolds, we learn about the soldiers who had volunteered to be in this faraway place, and we are also introduced to a variety of other characters who provide us with a new perspective of what war can do to human beings. This film is a fine example of the way the human spirit can overcome the most difficult of circumstances.

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This documentary is a very interesting look into the horrors of war. It takes a look at the methods used by the Nazis in their quest for total control. The movie is more then just a look at the atrocities that the Nazis committed during the war. It also takes a look at the people who fought the Nazis. There are many interviews with survivors and those who served with the Wehrmacht and the SS. The film also looks at the people who fought the Allied Forces and their treatment by the Allies. The story of the film is a war survivor who went into hiding and now wishes to tell his story. This movie is very interesting and has a good message. 7/10

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Alexander Sullivan

The Cave is a fictional account of a group of soldiers who spent time in a German prisoner of war camp during World War II. The movie is a bit slow and the writing isn't quite up to the mark, but the performances are solid and the cinematography is pretty good. It is the story of a group of men, all of whom are former prisoners of war, who are forced to dig tunnels under enemy territory. This is a film that is not really for everyone. There is a lot of subject matter and some very graphic imagery. There are a few tense moments that keep the viewer on the edge of their seat. The dialogue is occasionally a bit over-the-top, but it does a good job of conveying the tension of the situation. I do not recommend this film for people with weak stomachs. I would recommend this film to people who are interested in the history of World War II. It is a good film to watch with a group of friends. 7/10

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Lauren S.

It's a nice little film. I've never seen a documentary about the Holocaust, and I do not intend to, so I am very glad that I watched this movie. The film is really good. The first hour of the film is the most interesting part. It is told from the point of view of a group of people who survived the camp and then went to the nearby town of Buchenwald. It is a fascinating look at the camp and the people who survived it. In the end, though, I was left with a bit of a feeling of disappointment. I was hoping to hear more about the liberation of Buchenwald, and how it affected the people there. The second hour of the film, on the other hand, is the most depressing part. It's a bit like watching a movie that is trying to tell you that life is better when you're in a nice place, but you just can't help but feel like you're in hell. I understand that the movie is about a group of people who survived the camp, and that is fine. But I wanted to hear more about the liberation of Buchenwald. That would have made the film even better. I think it's important to remember that this is a documentary, and that the real story is told by the survivors, not by the filmmakers. I really recommend this film.

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I went to see this movie with some friends, and we were all blown away. I think that the movie is really great. It's a very honest look at the horrors of war, and it makes you think about the things that are going on in your life. It makes you feel like you are part of a team, and that you have a friend in the war. I think that the movie is very powerful and powerful. It's not like the war movies that are based on war and the atrocities that happen, this is a true story. I think that this movie is a very good movie, and I recommend it to anyone.

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Ethan P.

I found the documentary on the wildlife documentaries on the History Channel to be very informative, but I think it would be better if the narrator had been more vocal about the reasons the government didn't want to release the footage. The first time he says it's a government conspiracy to cover up a secret, but at least there is a point. I'm also wondering if there are any other "secret government" documentaries, such as the ones that cover the Watergate scandal, that are more informative and informative than this one. I did not read the book, but I do remember that "the government didn't want the truth" was not a popular opinion back in the 1970s, and I do think that if the government doesn't want the truth, it shouldn't be up to the people to figure out what the truth is. That's probably why the narrator seemed very quiet and distant in this documentary.

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Samantha Cox

In what is the longest, most disturbing and sobering documentary ever made about the horrors of war, this documentary presents a real look into what it is like to be in the middle of it, and the anguish and trauma that goes along with it. It is the story of a young American soldier (Jamie Bell) who, after serving in Afghanistan, returns home to find that he is the victim of a military "sting" that has been set up by his own government. This sting is meant to take care of the soldiers who are being lied to and manipulated by their superiors, and it is done in a way that will keep the young soldier from being able to tell his story to anyone who might listen. Jamie Bell is a true hero, and the documentary is made with such great honesty and clarity that it does not come across as fake. The documentary is also a good look into the realities of war, and how some people who don't see it as such, can get sucked in to the wrong side of it, and even get involved in it themselves. This is a very powerful documentary, that is so well made that it should be shown at every high school in the country, and should be shown to everyone who will listen. It is an excellent documentary, that is not afraid to show the harsh realities of war, but at the same time, it is a very powerful one. The documentary is very well made, and is a must see for anyone who has ever been in combat. The documentary is the most realistic and heart-wrenching documentary I have ever seen, and it is one of the best documentaries ever made.

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This is a fairly important film, as it shows the loss of one man's life, and how that affects all the others around him. It shows the various ways he has tried to save himself, and how he was ultimately unsuccessful. The problem with this film is that it does not really show what it is like to live in the jungle, or the (in)famous "Ape-zone" of the rain forest. It shows a few shots of the jungle, but not a whole lot more. That makes this film a bit of a mess, but it does show the effect of war on the human psyche. A few things are definitely left out, such as the loss of life, but that is to be expected. This is not a very good documentary, but it does show the effects of war on the human psyche.

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Samantha Newman

This is a very well made film, however I did find the film slow and boring at times. It's not a bad film, it's just that it's not great. The film was interesting and I was curious to know what happened to the soldiers and what happened to the animals. The film was interesting and the film makers did a good job of presenting it in a very interesting way. However, the film was slow and boring and I found myself wishing the film was over. I did not find the film to be very informative, in fact I found it to be boring and a little slow. The film makers did a good job of presenting the film, however I do not feel the film is very informative. I also do not feel the film was very interesting. I found the film to be slow and boring and I was not very interested in what happened to the soldiers and the animals. I would recommend this film to anyone who is interested in seeing it, however I do not think this film is a great film.