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Cert 15
92 mins
BBFC advice: Contains strong threat, injury detail, images of real dead bodies

How often do you complain about your life or the state of the country?
From the NHS to lack of investment in transport infrastructure, education, housing, crime or even the weather.
Yep, we in the UK like to moan... a lot.
The people of Gaza would love a small fraction of the most simple things we enjoy because two million of them are trapped on slither of land just 25 miles by 7.5.
Many are unemployed, live in appalling conditions and regularly face being bombed by their next-door neighbour, Israel, which has closed its border, meaning there is no escape from hell.
We may think we know Gaza from news reports but Garry Keane and Andrew McConnell's film looks behind the wall which locks Palestinians away from the outside world.
They quickly reveal how little we know about daily life on this Mediterranean shore.
They alight upon very different characters to tell the story of a land which is rich in culture and history and a people who have become dehumanised by war and whose overriding ambition is for normality.
By being presented with characters from all walks of life in Gaza, a much more rounded portrait is created than I have seen before.
It expertly reflects the sense of confinement of its people, the immediate anger towards Israel because of its creation of the world's largest prison and towards the international community for allowing it to happen.
Despite the catastrophe of regular deadly attacks from across the border, it is extraordinary to see smiles amid the despair frustration and fatigue.
Incredibly, life in Gaza goes on amid the shattered buildings and the sky-rocket unemployment.
Most Gazans have only one plea - to be allowed to live without a daily threat to themselves or their family.
It should not be too much to ask - indeed, only the most hard-hearted would not be emotional in seeing them denied it.

Reasons to watch: A riveting and important documentary
Reasons to avoid: Upsetting scenes

Laughs: A couple of chuckles
Jumps: None
Vomit: None
Nudity: None
Overall rating: 9/10

Did you know? Some 38% of Gazans live in poverty and 26% of the Gazan workforce, including 38% of youths, is unemployed.

Final word. Garry Keane: "There was a concerted effort to create this notion that Gaza was just this terrorist pool. That goes on in a very small way,  a very small amount of people are involved in that. The rest of the people are just like me and you, trying to eke out a living and raise their families under the most horrendous situation.” The Journal

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