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Uncle Saddam (2000)

Unrated | | Documentary, Comedy, History
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Qusay Hussein ... Himself (youngest son of Saddam Hussein) (archive footage)
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Uday Hussein ... Himself (eldest son of Saddam Hussein) (archive footage)
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Everything you've ever wanted to know about Saddam Hussein (but were afraid to ask).


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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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La Vie en Rose
Music by Louiguy
Lyrics by Édith Piaf
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Intriguing
12 September 2005 | by See all my reviews

This movie is very interesting. I do feel that most dictators are very "quirky" and even the American President does have "bunkers of sorts" I do think it is interesting to learn about him and the cultures. The cleaning issues are a very personal thing. Look at Howard Hughes or Sienfeild for that matter. Over all a good watch, but just like Bowling for columbine, And Farenheit 911 you have to take these as mostly opinion biased. The movie unfortunately has that obnoxious feel of a college film because of the stock footage and very aged. This gives it a very good feel, but does not mix with the things he shot on DV very well. All in all i'd have to give it an 8, it's good, i like it, i'd like to own it, but I won't be swallowing this information whole.


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