This Filmmaker Could Have Been Killed At Any Moment, But He Kept The Camera Rolling Anyway

For "Frontline" filmmaker Olly Lambert, what began as an interview with a Syrian rebel commander quickly transformed into an unprecedented encounter with the immediate aftermath of a bombing run by government jets. The resulting documentary provides what is possibly the most immersive account of the brutal Syrian civil war ever recorded, and is a must-watch for anyone looking to grasp the true impact of a modern conflict on a civilian population. WARNING: This video contains disturbing imagery that may upset some viewers. Please proceed with caution.

Chapter Timestamps (Courtesy of "Frontline"):

  • The Blast Site — 6:48
  • The Jets Return — 11:30
  • Trapped in the Rubble — 23:26
  • "My Grandparents are Buried" — 27:35
  • A Call for Revenge — 29:05

After seeing the video of the everyday hero who called out the racist rant of Kelly Anne Wolfe, we should all go out and purchase a bicycle if there is even a chance we could become as cool as this guy.

The unnamed citizen was riding his bike through the streets of Toronto and came across a group of people eager to get out their message that no one needs to wear a mask. When they handed him a "face mask exempt" card, he calmly ripped it up.

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