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Little Terrors (2014)

Not Rated | | Drama | 12 September 2014 (Canada)
A 13-year-old American boy is recruited by terrorists to bomb a U.S. embassy in Delhi. After being brainwashed he is sent to live with a Muslim family prior to the attack. However, the man ... See full summary »

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Om Puri ... Abdul-Wadood Kamil
Deep Dhillon Deep Dhillon ... Zafar
Aamrik Arjun Aamrik Arjun ... Tarek
Armaan Kabli Armaan Kabli ... Samih
Sandeep Dey Sandeep Dey ... Father
Harjot Thandi Harjot Thandi ... Afsa
Sameer Anthwal Sameer Anthwal ... Mukhtar
Dulha Bajwa Dulha Bajwa ... Yushua
Darryl Dougherty Darryl Dougherty ... Steve Winthrop
Nirmal Rishi Nirmal Rishi ... Grandmother
Sher Gill Sher Gill ... Rasin
Kapil Kalyan Kapil Kalyan ... Misbah
Tarun David Tarun David ... Rashid
Martin McNenly Martin McNenly ... John
Gurdas Gurdas ... Atif
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A 13-year-old American boy is recruited by terrorists to bomb a U.S. embassy in Delhi. After being brainwashed he is sent to live with a Muslim family prior to the attack. However, the man harboring him begins to play a dangerous game when he attempts to convince the boy not to go through with the bombing. Written by Anon

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IRN Films, Vasho Arts See more »
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2.35 : 1
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Ashaq
Lyrics by Sandar Panchi
Music by Harmeet Singh and Arvinder Gill
Performed by Master Saleem
Courtesy of Vasho Arts
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Very good family move
19 September 2014 | by laljiferenazSee all my reviews

I went with my husband and 14 year old daughter. It was a good way to spend time together because of the theme which is so relevant to our times today. The topic gave us something to talk about at dinner time. I appreciated the perspective which allowed us to understand the situation from a child's point of view. Without giving too much away, the situation gave a clearer understanding of the pressures put on children. It brought light to the influence adults have on children. It also gave an element to the different sides to a story that is so often viewed only in one way. The movie allowed the viewers to feel compassion for the innocent people. The quality of film and acting was exceptional for an independent movie. It's too bad that it opened during the the Toronto Film Festival but wasn't a part of the line-up because it was a good candidate.


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