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Three shocking scenes from the movie “Eyes of War”

Sound can create very powerful images in our minds. If you remove the sound from a horror movie, it’s not scary. It’s the sound that helps us enter the frightening and at times hopeful universe of The Eyes of War. These three cuts are a good summary of the series’ immersive experience, which you can read in full here.

1. Kharkiv and Nikolaev morgues

In the Kharkov morgue, Placid Garcia-Planas stumbles upon a small iron door. When he opens it, he discovers horror. More than 150 corpses of civilians accumulated in the courtyard of the morgue. There are not enough bags for everyone and most of them are on display. One of the proofs of how deadly this war was, in which, unfortunately, many bodies will never be found and identified.


2. Mother’s Desperate Escape

Zelensky just declared martial law. All men between the ages of 18 and 60 can be called up for military service. A desperate mother tries to run away with her 19-year-old son. He wants to save him from the war. On a broken car that stops every few minutes, he sets off. The queue to escape the city is endless. In a moment of desperation, the woman begins to drive in the opposite lane, when suddenly a police car appears in front of her. She swerves to avoid them and stops in the middle of the road. Policemen armed with Kalashnikov assault rifles approach the car. When this mother thinks they’re all going to be imprisoned, something no one expects happens…


3. How journalism is done in war

Empathy is essential when a journalist wants to talk to a war refugee. “I knew there would be a war, but I didn’t know it would be like this.” A dog named Misha plays among the legs that have just escaped from the place of death and destruction. Maria Paz Lopez tells us how to prepare for a conversation with a man who is still in shock after he had to quit.


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