Sunday, November 9, 2014

REVIEW: Simshar

Each year, technological advances help to foster an increasingly “globalized” world. There’s no denying that we are now more connected than we’ve ever been. However, as world events often indicate, there are borders that still exist, especially when it comes to immigration policy. First-time director Rebecca Cremona shines a spotlight on this fact in "Simshar", a rare Maltese production. Inspired by true events, it tells an engrossing story of how socio-political influences contributed towards a set of unfortunate events in the Mediterranean.

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1 comment:

  1. This app is different from the regular app in that, just like the website, there are only kids movies here. This is a good idea for children so they don't accidentally stumble on a scary or inappropriate movie..