Yussef is Complicated

Yussef is Complicated
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Mani

How about the British classmates, the teacher and the inspector would explain Yussef who bombed Baghdad and many other cities and killed innocent people and subjected them to violence and death? This film is so unacceptable in showing the real cause of Iraqi people which is Britain and allies ...Read more

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Alex

Might not have watched it if I knew beforehand that it's a 20min short film. It's heart's in the right place but not so well done

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