These Birds Walk

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Universal acclaim - based on 8 Critics

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  1. Reviewed by: Andrew Frisicano
    Oct 29, 2013
    60
    Those reunions are not always happy ones—one relative claims that his nephew would be less trouble dead — but they offer a brief, striking glimpse into the situations that make such a organization necessary.

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  1. Mar 11, 2014
    10
    A masterpiece. There has, perhaps, never been a greater documentary made on the effects of poverty on children in the Third World. ByA masterpiece. There has, perhaps, never been a greater documentary made on the effects of poverty on children in the Third World. By eschewing statistics, and interviews, "These Birds Walk" simply points the camera (the cinematography is breathtaking) and watches. Emotions of disbelief, shock, and helplessness follow, as you watch a group of runaway children in Karachi, Pakistan, navigate a broken shell of a nation, and on a smaller scale, of family. These aren't kids; these 8 year olds are already adults, ripped from childhood and already gathering in groups to discuss politics and religion, to break into sectarian groups as their parents do. It is absolutely heartbreaking and devastating. Full Review »