Order the autumn edition here

With his eyes on the war

Mohamed Jabaly's documentary debut Ambulance provides a unique insight into an 51 day long bombing of Gaza, seen from the driver's seat of the ambulance.

The sound of a bang. Baby Crying. The picture comes on, swinging by the hands holding it. The breath reveals a desperate state, before the voice erupts: "My God!" The premise for the rest of the film is set in the projection: We'll see what he sees. With the exception of one image, through subjective angulation, the documentary is filmed in the first-person perspective.

With Ambulance Palestinian Mohamed Jabaly has documented the 51-day bombing of Gaza in the summer of 2014 from the front: namely the driver's seat of an ambulance. On a back reflex, Jabaly has documented everything from day one, without telling his own family what he has. . .

Dear reader. Create / open your free reader account with your email above to read on.
(Do you have Subscription, sign in here.)

Give an answer

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn about how your comment data is processed.

- Advertisement -spot_img

You may also likeRelated