What does Yellow Asphalt teach us? Well, for starters, that life pretty much sucks for the nomadic Bedouin people who live in the deserts of the Middle East. And they don't like technology or other modern trappings, which invariably cause harm to the tribe.
Dan Verete takes this idea and puts a cryptic spin on it in Yellow Asphalt, a budget affair that exposes the generally sad existence of the Bedouins while providing a precious twinkle of insight into their lives.
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