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The story is about land mines. It follows a Canadian/ Iraqi urban artist who goes to Yemen amidst the heated conflict.
Upon his arrival, he is astounded by all the ordeals, he then meets with Yemeni artists, land mine extraction teams and with the local community to create art as a relief. Ambivalent emotions and challenges create a tone of hope and an authentic documentation of the threats of land mines and the power of dialogue.
Filming takes place in Mocha, no longer a major trading hub or a coffee market, the economy is largely based upon fishing. The new art entices a lot of interest, children and struggling families gossip about the foreign visitors and about the colors they brought to town.

Information for the Audience: 

Directors: Mazen Al Khayrat
Writers: Mazen Al Khayrat
Producers: Alyazia Nahyan
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Student project: No
Completion date: 2022-06-01
Shooting format: RED
Aspect ratio: 2:4:0
Film color: Color
First-time filmmaker: No

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