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With the thud of shells exploding all around them in the dark, a terrified young couple sneak past lines of Syrian troops back into besieged Aleppo, their 6-month-old daughter Sama clutched in a sling.The film, which charts five years of Kateab's life from student protester to wife and young mother, reduced much of the audience at the Cannes Film Festival to tears and brought the house to its feet in a minuteslong standing ovation.At one extreme point in July 2016, Kateab and her doctor husband Hamza went to Turkey to see his sick father. While there, they heard regime forces were poised to totally cut off eastern Aleppo.Six months after the family returned, Aleppo was overrun and they were forced into exile.
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