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Films & Other Videos

Films with: Davies, Deborah

Arab diaries
Five-part documentary series about contemporary life across the Arab world, with a focus on women's stories. "Birth: The story of a Palestinian woman caught up in a cycle of pregnancies because of social pressure to produce a male child, and two other stories of babies, one in need, the other absent, in Syria and Iraq. Youth: Four young women striving for independence and empowerment in Algeria, Egypt, and Lebanon. Work: Explores the hopes and aspirations of Arab men and women as embodied in the dreams and realities of flying. Love and marriage: The stories of people confronting obstacles to their personal relationships and happiness in Algeria and Lebanon. Home, or Maids in my family: A Moroccan woman confronts her liberal bourgeois family and their servants about the relationship between them."--Container.
DVD 9188
Torture America's brutal prisons /
Visits to correctional institutions in Texas, Florida and California, uncovering penal systems with deeply ingrained cultures of punishment, where prisoners are routinely abused, even tortured, by prison guards. The film features videos recorded by prison surveillance cameras and correction officers themselves, supplemented by interviews with former prisoners, a warden, a prison doctor, inmates' relatives, attorneys and former correction officers who have broken the code of silence.
DVD 4011