Homeland: Iraq Year Zero

Homeland: Iraq Year Zero
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Homeland: Iraq Year Zero - Part. One: Before The Fall
In February 2002 - about a year before the U.S. invasion - Iraqi filmmaker Abbas Fahdel traveled home from France to capture everyday life as his country prepared for war.…
Homeland: Iraq Year Zero - Part. 2: After The Battle
In February 2002 - about a year before the U.S. invasion - Iraqi filmmaker Abbas Fahdel traveled home from France to capture everyday life as his country prepared for war.…

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