Parkour on the Rubble

People & Lifestyle
Mouneb Taim, Freelancer, Turkey
The dreams of these young people were to play parkour. Theirs is a dream of world-class buildings, but a decade of war was enough to destroy the city in which they live almost completely. In a scene, young teens play parkour in secret amid the war-torn landscape. The Islamic organizations in their city pressured them to abandon parkour, saying that they were imitating the infidels, which prompted them to perform it clandestinely.

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