Only the Dead

When the invasion of Iraq ended no one knew what was to come. In the midst of the celebrations, Abu Musab al Zarqawi, the most vicious of Al Qaeda leaders, laid out his plan for the Islamic State - to transform the invasion into one of the most brutal conflicts our time... and to do it all on camera. The film chronicles Australian journalist Michael Ware's experiences in Iraq during the 2003 war and after.

Year: 2015
Genre: War Docos
Country: Australia, Iraq
Director: Bill Guttentag, Michael Ware
Duration: 76 Minutes
Rating: R16 - Graphic violence and offensive language
Location in store: Documentary (War)



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