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"With flair and filmic elan bringing into sharp focus one of the most gripping, terrible and unknown episodes relating to the Gulf War, brilliantly combined with dramatic reconstruction, witness testimony and archival footage." - Abu Dhabi Film Festival Jury
Drama | 2013 | 92 mins
DCP | HD CAM | HD CAM SR | Digi Beta | 35mm Print
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After years of silence, three mass grave survivors recount the horrendous tales of their capture and attempted murders by Saddam’s brutal regime during the 1991 Iraqi uprising. Meanwhile the untold story of ‘Ibrahim’ an Iraqi soldier is put to rest…
Director - Mohamed Al-Daradji
Mohamed Al-Daradji is a critically acclaimed and multi-award winning filmmaker. Born in Baghdad, he studied film in Hilversum (Netherlands) before travelling to the UK to complete two masters degrees.
His work has screened all over the world and has recieved a great deal of positive attention. Always striving for authenticity in his film projects, Mohamed is one of the only prominent filmmakers currentley working in Iraq today.
Iraq's Missing Campaign
The Iraq's Missing Campaign was established to create high-profile campaigning and to provide direct practical relief and support to the relatives of missing and disappeared persons in Iraq.