Five Broken Cameras
Five broken cameras – and each one has a powerful tale to tell. Embedded in the bullet-ridden remains of digital technology is the story of Emad Burnat, a farmer from the Palestinian village of Bil’in, which famously chose nonviolent resistance when the Israeli army encroached upon its land to make room for Jewish colonists. Emad buys his first camera in 2005 to document the birth of his fourth son, Gibreel. Over the course of the film, he becomes the peaceful archivist of an escalating struggle as olive trees are bulldozed, lives are lost, and a wall is built to segregate burgeoning Israeli settlements.Five Broken Cameras featuring Emad Burnat and Mohammed Burnat is streaming with subscription on The Criterion Channel, streaming with subscription on Hoopla, free on Tubi, and 2 others. It's a documentary movie with a high IMDb audience rating of 7.9 (6,001 votes).
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Available to watch free online (Tubi).
Available to stream on a subscription service (The Criterion Channel & Hoopla).
Available to rent or buy from $2.99 on 2 services (iTunes & Microsoft).
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#305 Ranked in Religion Movies
#444 Ranked in War Movies
#481 Ranked in Movies on The Criterion Channel
Five Broken Cameras has a high IMDb audience rating of 7.9 (6,001 votes). The movie is somewhat popular with Reelgood users lately.