Voices of Iraq Movie Review 2004

Information and Film Reviews for Voices of Iraq the Movie

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In April of 2004 a crew of American filmmakers distributed 150 video cameras to citizens of Iraq. Given full artistic and legal license to speak at will, the citizens participate in an unbiased experiment showing the true sentiment of the war-torn country. Surprisingly, there is little complaint of the U.S. and coalition's occupying troops and rampant hatred against their former dictator, Saddam Hussein; which leads us to believe that perhaps the cameras were given to select sects, rather that random citizens, or likely a dictatorship in the editing room. Still, it makes for an empowering tool in the struggle of a wounded country.


Magnolia Home Entertainment, 49 W. 27th St., 7th Fl., New York, NY 10001, Phone: (212)924-6701, Fax: (212)924-6742, Email: dvd@magpictures.com

Available on DVD
Running time 79 minutes.

Cast and Crew

Documentary Films, Middle East, War--General
Narcicyst, Euphrates
Fareed Elcott, Robin Russell, Martin Kunert, Stephen Marks
Eric Manes, Magnolia Pictures

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