Voices of Iraq

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Voices of Iraq
Release Date: 
2004
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Running Time: 
80 min
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"The makers of this documentary handed out more than 150 video cameras to Iraqi citizens -- mothers, children, sheiks, insurgents and many others -- and asked them to voice their perspectives on war, terror and reform. The result is a unique tableau documenting Iraqis' lives and hopes as they struggle with years of turmoil and strive to build a civil society."

Source: https://jaman.com/movie/Voices-Iraq/pv6tINUwaJU?mood=5%2C5%2C5%2C5

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