If you want to tame your nightmares, you need to capture them first.
As in his previous film Return to Homs , he returns to his homeland and becomes part of life in a war zone. For more than two years he lives with the family of Abu Osama, an Al-Nusra fighter in a small village in northern Syria, focusing his camera mainly on the children. The horrors of war and the intimacy of family life are never far from one another. At the nearby battlefront Abu Osama fights against the enemy, while at home he cuddles with the boys and dreams of the caliphate.
Talal Derki sets out to capture the moment when the children have to let go of their youth and are finally turned into Jihadi fighters. No matter how close the war comes, there's one thing they've already learned: The impact of war as seen through the eyes of Syrian construction workers. Their own country lies in ruins, but they have no choice but to work on the rebuilding of Lebanon.
A remarkably intimate portrait of the unequal struggle of a group of young revolutionaries in Homs, Syria, against the national army destroying their city. The studio disc of the album was recorded in April 21—23, at Ter Mar Studios.
These sides were engineered by Ron Malo and featured rhythm guitarist Paul Asbell, who did not play on the live songs. These sides were engineered by Reice Hamel. The producer on all sessions was Norman Dayron, who would go on to produce The London Howlin' Wolf Sessions in , among other items.
The original album's design was by Daily Planet  and was packaged in a foldout sleeve. All songs written by McKinley Morganfield , except where indicated.
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