first published on February 14, 2016 by Josh
As the coalition troops moved out of Iraq, the country tried to recompose itself. A look at Iraq, before they spiraled back into a new conflict.
This documentary was filmed in mid-2013, around the same time ISIS started sweeping the country. It’s an interesting look into a war-torn country, that has not yet had a chance to recompose itself from well over a decade of fighting.
It begins in the northern most region of the country, and the documentary film crew makes their way south. Keep an open mind as you watch this, and remember that perspective is everything. The film crew interviews a myriad of people from all over the country, all with varying opinions and differing experiences.
If you don’t have time to watch this right now, be sure to put it on your watch later list.