Honored with an Oscar nod, director James Longley's striking portrait of a nation divided presents a collage of images and commentary by ordinary Iraqi citizens coping with the effects of war, political unrest, religious feuds and an unclear future. The film moves beyond the abstract, powerfully capturing the indelible humanity of those living in a battle-scarred country that finds itself defined by conflict.
Netflix Rating: 3.2
James Longley's haunting, oblique film presents a collage of images, sounds and characters in an intimate, partial portrait of an unraveling nation.
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