Red, Yellow, and Green

Red, yellow, and green are usually known to be the colors used for traffic signs, however, in this short film they are part of the story that will, stop, move and then launch. This short episode is to highlight the story of the revolution and how people protested peacefully before they were forced to take different routes of residence. The difference about this short film is that it highlights many of the little detailed stories of the Syrian people. For example in the short film the brother is leading a protest while the father is looking at him proudly saying that this should have happened long time ago when the him himself (the father) was young. The mother, on the other hand doesn't agree and thinks that these people don't know the outcome of what they are doing, when the little sister looks worried that her fiance, who serves in the military, will leave her if he knew that her brother is protesting.  
Such stories are almost in every house in Syria, they were from the very beginning.  
The short film ends with some people watching the news on some TV channel that is trying to blow the story bigger, and they are confused between what different TV channels are saying about their country.

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Illustation by Dima Nechawi Graphic Design by Hesham Asaad