It has been six years since Muammar Qaddafi was murdered and Libya was freed of his “dictatorship regime”. This documentary was filmed three years after the Libyan revolution and the downfall of Qaddafi, but you can say things haven’t changed since then.
The country is left in chaos and insecurity. Rebel militias, radical Islamists, and many other groups vying for power and oil wealth.
Medyan Dairieh was there to witness the revolution in 2011. He returned to Libya three years later to witness what is happening in the country after the downfall of the so called dictator Qaddafi.
The country has developed into a lawlessness country, with Islamic extremism reaching its highest point. Was the revolution worth it? And how improved country Libya is today? There are people saying it was better while Qaddafi was alive, and they might be right.
When you look at the title, you might think it is a documentary about birds, nature, and environment. But that is not the case.The documentary follows the struggle of West Pap...