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War is a physical conflict between two or more countries Many war stores focuses on the perspective view of the solider who risk their lives to protect the values of their country During times of war everyone is affected and suffers not just the soldiers Several cities and home are destroyed from bombs and several children left orphan with a forever lasting memories of death destruction pain and violence Several hundred bodies lay motionless and blood stains the ground and the smell of decay and death fills the air Being a solider once serving in combat many times I wondered who wins and who loses in war Who are the true victims of war is it the solider experience death blood and violence or the children who witness it many years before adulthoodThe film Turtles Can Fly gives you a perspective of how war and violence affects the lives of children The film was directed by Bahmam Ghobadi a Kurdish director from Iran The story takes place just days before the US invasion of Iraq The film takes place on a refugee camp in Kurdistan an area in-between the border of Iraq and turkey The plot focuses on three children in their early teens that go by the names of Satellite Hengov and Agrin Satellite is an interesting character his takes on the role of a young entrepreneur and dictator He is intelligent and is respected by the children and the adults because of his skills of translation and his ability to install satellite so the village elder can monitor the progress of the US invasion of Iraq He directs the young orphans who work tirelessly to clear mines he use the children skills and misfortune as means for his own personal gain Hengov is an outsider who lost both of his arms in a mine explosion He uses his mouth to clear mine and one wrong mistake could be a fatal and
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