Iraq in Fragments (NC)

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The Independent Culture

This saddening, artistic, three-part documentary shows Iraq from the point of view of Iraqis. There's no narrator, no war footage, and no Brits or Americans, either - just a collage of impressions of life after Saddam. In part one we meet 11-year-old Mohammed, who works as a mechanic's apprentice in Baghdad. In part two, Shia clerics are whipping up a revolution. And in part three, Kurdish farmers dream of a country of their own.

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