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Uncle Saddam (2000)

Unrated | | Documentary, Comedy, History
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Cast

Credited cast:
Qusay Hussein Qusay Hussein ... Himself (youngest son of Saddam Hussein) (archive footage)
Saddam Hussein ... Himself
Uday Hussein Uday Hussein ... Himself (eldest son of Saddam Hussein) (archive footage)
Wallace Langham ... Narrator (voice)
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Everything you've ever wanted to know about Saddam Hussein (but were afraid to ask).


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Filming Locations:

Babilon Ruins, Iraq See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

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1.33 : 1
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Trivia

On "WTF with Marc Maron," writer Scott Thompson Said that prior to this films release he and director/husband, were the target of Islamic extremists. He stated that in the middle of the night prior to the films release someone had filled their exterior trash cans with A flammable liquid, put red paint on the exterior of their home, And lit the trash cans on fire, causing the red paint to drip down "so that it looks like blood," dripping on the outside of their home, according to Thompson. After waking up to this, Thompson said there was a letter in their home saying "If you release this movie you are dead." "Dead" being underlined "In case they thought we didn't think they were serious." See more »

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Also Attempted To Be Directed By Abou Noor another "minder" amongst others See more »

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Performed by Jocelyne Jocya
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it was quite good
7 September 2005 | by stewieisagod-1See all my reviews

Saddam, (Which is the Australian title) was quite a good insight into this psychopath and his rule.It didn't make rethink my opposition to the Iraq war but rather, why the hell did the West support this guy in the first place.

The director has done a good job at letting us see how Saddam ran the country into the ground but fails mention how he got the money and the weapons which he used in his atrocities. But then again that isn't the point of the movie.

For those who think Bush is a freedom loving person either don't know or care that he is overlooking similar human rights violations occur in Uzebekistan as it has become an ally in the War on terror.


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