In 2011, Syria's Bashar al-Assad answered his nation's demands for freedom by launching a brutal war on his own people. While the U.S. drew red lines for intervention, Assad ramped up the attacks, killing civilians and children, leveling cities, targeting journalists, and blocking humanitarian aid to millions of victims. Abandoned by the outside world, individual citizens stepped up to fill the roles of banned journalists, international aid agencies, and impotent foreign governments. “Red Lines” tells the story of two such activists on a mission to save Syria - one that means smuggling aid into warzones, brokering their own weapons’ deals, and striving to create enclaves of civil, democratic society in their homeland.
Cast & Crew
- English (Stereo)
- Closed captions refer to subtitles in the available language with addition of relevant nondialogue information.