One Kendall Square
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139

Mon Nov 13

Kendall Theatre

Questions: Matthew [email protected]

I Know I'm Not Alone
A Musician's Search for the Human Cost of War

"Michael Franti, world-renowned musician and human rights worker,
travels to Iraq, Palestine and Israel to explore the human cost of war
with a group of friends, some video cameras and his guitar.

A compelling soundtrack, visual and musical montages and Franti's
intimate voiceovers make the film speak to the MTV, X, Y & Z
generations, as well as the baby-boomers. A true armchair travel film
pulling the audience into these war zones in the company of Michael's
guitar, eloquence and wit - you feel the humanity, artistic resilience
and sometimes horrific experience of what it's like to live under the
bombs and military occupation.

With its guerrilla style footage captured in active war zones, the
documentary is unlike the many academic and politically driven pieces
in the marketplace, instead offering the audience a sense of intimate
travel and the opportunity to hear the voices of everyday people
living, creating and surviving under the harsh conditions of war and

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Added by rekha6 on November 1, 2006

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