Warning: Graphic Content The shot: a close up of a young girl. The flag of her beloved country is painted on her face. She sings about a dream for peace and freedom in a childish hymn. A bomb falls at the 12 second mark. For a brief moment, time seemed to have stopped; every single person […]
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