Return To Kirkuk

Twenty-five years after being tortured by Saddam Hussein's secret police force, Kurdish exile, activist, and actor Karzan Sherabayani returns to his hometown of Kirkuk to vote in the first democratic election since the fall of Hussein's regime. Filmmaker Claudio von Planta captures every captivating moment of the voyage and addresses such issues as whether Iraqi Kurdistan should remain part of Iraq or evolve into an independent nation, offering a thoughtful meditation on some of the most pressing issues faced by the fledgling Iraqi government.

Year: 2006
Genre: Documentaries, War Docos, General Docos, Political Docos
Director: Karzan Sherabayani
Duration: 90 Minutes
Rating: M - Contents May Offend
Location in store: Documentary (Political)



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