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Among Thieves (2009)

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Three friends, Victor, Amy and David, reunite after 10 years and uncover one of the key, hidden reasons for the war in Iraq.

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David Dick ...
Victor
Meghan Duffy ...
Amy
Carey Smith ...
David
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Jesse
Dean Harder ...
Sam
Brett Schmall ...
Nick
Heather Sagmeister ...
Evelyn
Glen Krushel ...
Pierman
Tim Webster ...
Mike
Darren Felbel ...
Caspian
Manny Sylvester ...
Coleman
Shane Cooney ...
John Waters
Lois Brothers ...
Amy's Boss
Jen Loewen ...
Paula
Kerry Grace Tait ...
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Three friends - a reporter, an oil analyst and a financial executive - reunite after ten years and accidentally uncover one of the key, hidden reasons for what motivated the war in Iraq. The trio struggles to present evidence to major media that America invaded Iraq to force oil sales from the Euro back to the Dollar to preserve US global monetary supremacy. Against incredible odds, the team must face their pasts, find willing sources to corroborate the story, and survive the conspirators as they push to bring the truth to light. Written by Anonymous

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iraq | oil | reporter | media | euro | See All (28) »

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They are always watching and listening.

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Thriller | War

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21 April 2009 (Canada)  »

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CAD 15,000 (estimated)
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This is the first film to expose the Euro Oil Iraq connection of the War in Iraq. See more »

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Ridiculously didactic and naive
14 February 2017 | by See all my reviews

This seems to be a low-budget movie built on the doubtful idea that the real reason for the 2nd Iraq war was Saddam Hussein's shift to the euro rather than the dollar as a currency for oil sales. This is presented as a huge secret, discovered by three people when they get into a car accident with a dead senator, and find a piece of paper in the senator's car with the words "Iraq", "euro", and "oil" written on it. This piece of paper becomes the main evidence. Then of course they risk their lives uncovering this huge, dark secret. The movie is extremely didactic and ridiculously naive, the events are totally predictable. The dialogues are dumb and unrealistic. Later in the movie there is some shooting and action but I couldn't watch it any further after about 50 minutes.


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