Inside the Race to Rescue 2,000 Sex Slaves Still Held by ISIS

While thousands of enslaved Yazidi women and girls are still missing, director Hogir Hirori traveled to Syria in order to document both victims and the women fighting to free them. 'Everybody thought I was crazy,' he tells Haaretz

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The poster for 'Sabaya.' No talking heads.
The poster for 'Sabaya.' No talking heads.
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A scene from the documentary 'Sabaya.' 'Al-Hawl is a huge camp, like a whole town. It’s hard to control.'Credit: Courtesy Yes Doco
Yazidis fleeing Sinjar, Syria, in 2014.Credit: Reuters
A scene from 'Sabaya.' 'I was shocked that nobody was reporting on what was happening,' Hirori recalled.Credit: Courtesy Yes Doco
A scene from the film 'Sabaya.' 'The idea is for viewers to feel reality itself.'Credit: Courtesy Yes Doco

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