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Kilometre zero

DVD - 2008 | Kurdish
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A Kurdish soldier and an Iraqi taxi driver work together to return the body of a fallen soldier to his family. The family happens to live on the other side of the country.

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Jan 01, 2016

Kurdish soldiers recruited at gunpoint to fight in the Iraqi army against Iran in the shadow of the Iraqi government reigning terror on their fellow Kurds.

a large statue of Sadam Hussein wends its way through the film on the back of a flatbed truck. a convoy of station-wagon taxis, Arab driver and a Kurd soldier as an escort, with Iraqi flag-draped coffins secured to their roofs, wends its way into the dusty countryside.

a Kurdish soldier who would rather try to lose his leg than fight; an aged, ailing father-in-law who will not die a timely death; and some years later elation at the fall of Hussein.

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