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No Man's Land

By Marty Brown, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 16+

Muddled political thriller has weapons, combat, terrorism.

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"There's no such thing as an anti-war film" is a famous quote by French filmmaker François Truffaut. The implication is that entertainment can't help but make war look like an adventure through the benefit of editing and cinematography. This definitely applies to No Man's Land, which seems to have the same lust for military weaponry that many of its characters do. The series wades directly into a complex Middle Eastern conflict without a sharp enough point-of-view to help viewers understand the context or empathize with the soldiers. There is certainly merit in telling the extraordinary tale of the Women's Protection Unit, but unfortunately it mostly gets lost in the dreary storytelling here.

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