We Are the Giant (2014)

Evaluation: 7.3 (Votes: 4)

Movie Documentary "We Are the Giant" Torrent is rated with 7.3 points out of 10 on IMDb (Internet Movie Database) according to 4 ratings by critics. Film is released in 2014-01-18 by . . The length of the whole piece is 90 minutes.

Original title: We Are the Giant
Genres: Documentary
Release date 2014-01-18
Duration: 90 Min
State: Released

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Critic Reviews

Time Out London

MetaScore: 80 AddDate: 11-12-2014 Autor: Cath Clarke

You’ll walk out of this electrifying documentary about the Arab Spring with your blood boiling.

MetaScore: 75 AddDate: 12-12-2014

The film commendably gives us vivid and memorable people whose personal stories strikingly illuminate their peoples’ struggles.

David Parkinson

MetaScore: 80 AddDate: 12-08-2014 Autor: David Parkinson

Although lacking specific context and fussily presented, this is a harrowing account of the Arab Spring as witnessed by seven reluctant and committed activists in Libya, Syria and Bahrain. The footage of the violence inflicted upon civilians is truly terrifying.

Boyd van Hoeij

MetaScore: 70 AddDate: 12-08-2014 Autor: Boyd van Hoeij

A mixture of raw, first-hand footage, shot by protesters themselves, and more self-possessed interviewees ensures that the chaos and sometimes lethal risks of protesting come across as strongly as the pressing sociopolitical reasons behind them and the effects the events have had on the participants.

The Guardian

MetaScore: 60 AddDate: 12-08-2014 Autor: Peter Bradshaw

Greg Barker’s documentary is a heartfelt, if historically disjointed, tribute to individuals who took part in the Arab Spring.

Simon Abrams

MetaScore: 30 AddDate: 12-09-2014 Autor: Simon Abrams

Barker's tactlessness wouldn't be so bad if he weren't too high on his own patchwork rhetoric to ask his subjects what specifically motivates them.

Dennis Harvey

MetaScore: 60 AddDate: 11-12-2014 Autor: Dennis Harvey

A surfeit of harrowing on-the-ground footage during protest crackdowns, plus the protagonists’ testimonies, make for a frequently inspiring and exciting documentary. But helmer Greg Barker (“Ghosts of Rwanda”) also risks pretentiousness in various forms of stylistic and thematic overreach, while providing viewers scant explanatory info on the regional conflicts.

Clayton Dillard

MetaScore: 25 AddDate: 12-07-2014 Autor: Clayton Dillard

It ironically reveals its intent to suture shut any remote ambivalence regarding its own gung-ho ethos, in effect engaging the same sort of oppressively dogmatic tactics it so outwardly denigrates.

Simon Kinnear

MetaScore: 80 AddDate: 12-08-2014 Autor: Simon Kinnear

Barker’s approach starts simplistic but gathers in complexity, insight and moral force with each story.

Robert Cameron Fowler

MetaScore: 100 AddDate: 11-12-2014

It turns material that could have resulted in a sporadic narrative into a profound statement that the Arab Spring is a continuation of humanity's constant efforts to make a better, more just world.