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in recent years most of what we got used to watching from Syria involved complex but now the lights the backbone of the film set this being in the dock for years says outside the capital Damascus this crew is making a television series the producers say is part of a gradual revival of their industry like most other sectors of the economy in Syria the film and television business has been hit hard by the war that began in twenty eleven it meant anything shot by a Syrian production houses was ready bullets by customers in the Gulf and elsewhere actors and directors moved abroad and studios lay silent , yeah buses the government has regained control of much of the country Syrian studios have gone back to work this television series being produced outside Damascus is about specific cleric is being made to add in the United Arab Emirates not to call you so shake that she was filming in Syria for the first time in eight years he's about to play a photographer in a new series called a safe distance which looks at how the Syrian war affected people produces say television series are also being made for broadcast in serious two closest allies Russia and Iran