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Syrian-Armenian filmmaker Avo Kaprealian's "Houses without Doors" is an honest and heartbreaking, if slightly confusing, portrayal of the demise of Aleppo's once-thriving Armenian community.To make this film of contemporary Aleppo, Kaprealian collected footage for three years.Kaprealian's film is at his best during these interviews.The film captures the wide gamut of daily life – life, death, joy, pain and violence.If the film has a shortcoming it's the at-times jerky handheld camera movement.She shares her nightmare of never returning to Aleppo. In it she sees her Aleppo home but she can't get inside because the house is now without doors.
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