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>> Among the nominated films in this year's Academy Awards, few are as gut-wrenching as Last Men in Aleppo.>>
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A documentary that follows volunteer rescue workers who stared down death on a daily basis amid serious civil war.
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st Men in Aleppo is up for best documentary in a competitive field of relevant and critically acclaimed films.
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Reuters TV sat down with the films director for Feras Fayyad about the challenges of making a documentary in a middle of the war.>> This is a story, for us was like very essential story and worth to risk in your life, me and my cinematographer of course. And it's worth because through our cameras and the cinema platform that we can bring the voices of these people who are risking their life everyday to taking the children from under destruction and save the life.
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They've saved 100000 lives.>>
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But was later cleared by the state department after an appeal.>> I mean, we're just coming to share this story because we know this story is not just about us, the story is about also about what's mean the war, what's in back of the war.>>
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>> That's about all of us.>> The 90th Academy Awards air on Sunday at 8:00 PM, Eastern.