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Between Iraq and a Hard Place (2003)

Satirical comedy examing the war on Terror.
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Cast

Cast overview:
Rory Bremner Rory Bremner ... Various
John Bird John Bird ... Himself
John Fortune ... Himself
Doña Croll Doña Croll ... Condoleeza Rice
Omid Djalili ... Iraqi Television Host
Krishnan Guru-Murthy Krishnan Guru-Murthy ... Himself
Vic Tablian ... Iraqi Official
Jon Glover ... Various Characters (voice)
Mac McDonald ... Various Characters (voice)
Andrew Sachs ... Mullah Omar
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Storyline

The impressionist Rory Bremner and comedians Bird and Fortune take a look at the history of Iraq through a series of sketches, monologues and jokes. They begin with the formation of Iraq by the British in the early 20th Century, through the bombing of villages to control the tribes, the establishment of a king in the area through to the modern day trade meetings with Saddam Hussein. Written by Bob the Moo

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Comedy | War

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UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

5 January 2003 (UK) See more »

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Vera Productions Ltd. See more »
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Stereo

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Color
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[On UN resolution 1441]
George W. Bush: I told you, we should have gone with the original wording.
Condoleeza Rice: Sir, I'm sorry, but the phrase "98, 99, 100 coming ready or not", does not constitute an acceptable resolution. The Syrians would never had backed it.
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Followed by Beyond Iraq and a Hard Place (2003) See more »

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Extremely Funny
6 January 2003 | by Derv1shSee all my reviews

At the moment, with the world being in the state its in, the only positive thing that the current world instability offers, is to provide endless material for the great social satirists.

Bremner, Bird and Fortune is one of the best sources of satire that is currently shown on Television (with the demise of Spitting Image long ago). From George W. Bush to Tony Blair, Prince Charles to the NHS. Nothing is safe.

If you can appreciate satire without getting all bent out of shape about partisanship, then this show is for you!


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