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Mosul movie takes you inside the city's war for liberation from the perspective of an Iraqi journalist, in a method that's very intimate and engaging. You'll be wanting to stay longer with every of the featured characters, listening to their life stories, their sorrows, their misfortune, and their victories. You'll be in the midst of road wars (real footage) that'll have you on the edge of your seat, fearing for the lives of the hero mates you just met. But most importantly, it shows the very newest history of a town ravaged by the terrorists' hate and the sectarian clashes that are still sadly alive to this day. It raises the question of tomorrow, a question the town of Mosul has yet to answer.
On June 10th, 2014 the terrorist organization ISIS seized control of the Iraqi town of Mosul. For two years they controlled it with an iron fist until it was retaken by the combined forces of the Iraqi government and people. With so much fighting, suffering, death and destruction how does one say the storyline of Mosul and those who fought it? Writer and Director Dan Gabriel found a method by following journalist Ali Maula and his team as the interview influential figures and follow them into war in his documentary Mosul.The movie starts great and slow, establishing Ali Maula and how Mosul had come under the control of ISIS. It doesn't take long for the movie to grab your attention as it goes into visceral feature about how the innocent civilians suffered under ISIS. The stories the folks say are detailed and paint a poor picture of the Hell they are forced to live in and the hate towards ISIS and hope they feel when the military comes through. However, Ali Maula takes an interesting angle in questioning whether or not many of the civilians re saying the truth. It is a sad thing to think but does present how much distrust and discord ISIS has sown into the country. The test of current footage of the cruelty and violence create for a shocking and utterly disturbing watch. Gabriel doesn't pull any punches and though that does create the movie difficult to watch, it is not for the faint of heart, he does manage to create his mission more poignant and memorable. The figures are offer a nice insight into the happenings that surround the war of Mosul. The most interesting of these figures are Um Hanadi and Captain Alaa. I found these two to be incredibly interesting and the stories of their who they were before the fighting and how they came to be the folks they are. Hanadi is introduced early on and her stories are some of the strongest in the movie, how she took care of the troops under her command the folks she saved as well as the harrowing missions she had to war through and all she lost along the way. Captain Alaa's moments are by far the most harrowing as the team follows him and his troops through current battle. The footage of the fight is truly wonderful as the team gets close to the chaos. The footage is energetic and exciting but nonetheless terrifying as the team is in the thick of war and destruction. Brave is an understatement for the team had to go through to receive their footage. With the stories, figures and the stories from civilians we are given a clear picture of the background and build up to the war of Mosul. The runtime is short clocking in well under ninety mins however this works in the film's favor. Not only does it still manage to perfectly fit in each storyline and bit of information, but the fast pace gives the movie a sense of urgency and energy which makes the viewing direr and memorable.Final Thoughts: It can be very hard to watch, and it tends to be grim and macabre, but Mosul is a truly nice documentary. The figures and civilians offer compelling and often disturbing stories and the team manages to capture perfect shots of the war, the fact that they survived it is nothing short of a miracle. Mosul is a gotta watch and needed viewing for all to understand what is event in the world.Verdict: 4.5/5
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