Is it possible make an upbeat film
about Uday Hussein, torture, invasion and occupation, brutal interrogations, a U.S. soldier turned jailer, and an Iraqi journalist? Some Brits have done it. Yunus is a marvelously resilient individual.
He also never omits to remind the viewer that Iraq is his country, belongs to the Iraqis.
Improbable and worth renting.
We just joined Netflix last week, and are now deep into the first season of The Wire. I'll put this on the list for down the line -- thanks! peace, Ethan
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