فيلم For Sama

For Sama

For Sama is a movie starring Waad Al-Kateab, Hamza Al-Khateab, and Sama Al-Khateab. FOR SAMA is both an intimate and epic journey into the female experience of war.

Other Titles
Para Sama, Alla mia piccola Sama, 娘は戦場で生まれた, 親愛的莎瑪, Pour Sama, Für Sama, Kirje Alepposta, Till min dotter
Running Time
1 hours 40 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
War, Documentary
Director
Edward Watts, Waad Al-Kateab
Actors
Waad Al-Kateab, Hamza Al-Khateab, Sama Al-Khateab
Country
UK, Syria
Year
2019
Audio Languages
اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
اللغة_العربية, 日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

FOR SAMA is both an intimate and epic journey into the female experience of war.

Comments about war «For Sama» (15)

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Louis C.

This film is about a man who was arrested by the government and subjected to a horrible interrogation process. He was put in a basement where he was interrogated for days on end. Then, his interrogation was videotaped, and the footage was played back to the group that tortured him. This is a horrific story of human rights abuses, torture, and human rights violations. This is a story of how a government that pretends to be a democracy uses the torture of innocent people as a tool to further their own agenda. This film is a must see.

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Brian D.

My only criticism is that the narrators, Azamatullah, Azizullah, Gulzar, Hamza, and Mustafa are too close to each other. However, if you are interested in watching documentaries on the Taliban, I highly recommend you watch this film. The Taliban have not been this horrible for over a decade, and the documentary does a great job of showing the human suffering caused by the Taliban. If you are a journalist, it would be great to see your work compared to this documentary.

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Harold Meyer

I have never watched a documentary about war before. I am from Ukraine and i'm living in Vienna. I am still in shock after watching this documentary. I was born and raised in Ukraine, i was just one of the first generation in the Ukraine, and i knew how horrible this war is. I was so ashamed to watch this. This is the first documentary about war i have ever seen, and i am a big fan of war documentaries. This documentary is just an example of what war really is. Not only about the military situation but about the human situation as well. I really loved this documentary, i watched it over and over again and i always wondered what the hell happened to those Ukrainian people. This is one of the best documentaries i have ever seen. I have never seen such a documentary, i have never seen a documentary like this, i have never seen a documentary so good. This is a great documentary and it should be seen by everyone.

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Ashley Lawrence

If you haven't already seen this movie, do so. It's a fascinating documentary, in which the cameraman captures the horror of war on the battlefield. It shows how the killing of civilians in war is the ultimate "punishment" for the military leaders who caused the death of innocent civilians. The director's intent is to put the viewer in the shoes of the soldiers who are risking their lives in the Middle East to save innocent lives. It is not a movie about soldiers. It is a movie about war. The crew was originally going to film in Afghanistan, but after the war there was too much danger for them to go there. They were going to go to the war torn parts of Iraq, but the soldiers there were in danger and they were afraid to go there. It was the director's intention to show what the soldiers had to go through to be there, in an area where it was very dangerous for them to go. The footage is extremely disturbing, but it is also very compelling. The interviews are mostly in English. The producer is not from the Middle East, but his background was there. It was very interesting to hear the thoughts of the soldiers, and it was great to see what they were going through. You will see the movie. You will see the brutality of war. You will see the horror of what it is like to be in the Middle East. The movie is worth seeing.

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Dylan Curtis

I saw this movie last night at the iDive Film Festival in downtown Chicago. I was blown away by this movie. It was not the kind of movie that you watch once, but you watch it every single time you are around a culture or a religion. It is not a movie for everyone, but it is for some people. The movie is not about the hardships that Muslims have faced, but it is about the atrocities they have faced and continue to face. They are being destroyed in a way that is so unbelievable that it is unbelievable that people believe in it. We see the people who are trying to stop it, but we see the people who are willing to do anything to help. In one scene, a young girl is talking about how she wishes she was Muslim. The father responds, "I wish I was. I wish I was, but I'm not." He continues, "I wish I was, but I'm not." The woman says, "No, you're not." They then start a conversation about how they feel about their sons, and the next scene is the family who is trying to stop the violence. I can't say enough about how powerful this movie is. I have never seen anything like it. I also saw a video interview with the director, and he was talking about the movie being a political statement. That is a good thing. If you are looking for a movie that is going to tell you something you already know, or that is going to make you think, this movie isn't for you. If you are looking for a movie that is going to make you feel something and inspire you, then this movie is for you.

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Matthew E.

This is an awesome film. It makes you understand how hard it is to fight against tyranny. If you think that war is only a matter of numbers and the U.S. always wins, you will not be surprised by this movie. This is the first war that I have been in, and it was a little scary at first. I was hoping for a "surprise" or "happy ending" in the movie, but there was none. In the end, I left the theater thinking "I could have done a lot better, but at least I had the experience of being there".

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Eric S.

I found this film incredibly interesting, and the images that were shown were very well done. However, as the film goes on, it becomes more and more bizarre. I will admit that at times I was a bit disappointed in how far they went into these images. The film does get rather boring at times, and the entire message of this film was very compelling and timely. However, I found it very difficult to follow the film, and I found myself looking at the clock in the middle of the film. It was definitely a unique film, but I found it difficult to follow, and I found myself looking at the clock several times during the film.

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Virginia Kennedy

It's just a beautiful movie. It really makes you think about what you do and what you do not do in your life. If you ever get a chance to see this movie, it's a must. You can really see the difference between what you have, and what you need. And if you don't know where to start, don't hesitate to get in touch with the great director and writers. We are living in a time of great change, when so many people are losing their mind and they need a message. "This movie is a masterpiece, that you will never forget. I am really surprised at all the negative reviews. It's not a movie that just pushes any kind of emotion, it's really about living. There are people that can't say that this movie is "sick" but I think that they are missing the point. I believe that this movie is truly a message to people that have nothing in their life. People need to be free and to let themselves go. I think that this movie is a great example of what it means to be truly free. People need to know that they are free and that they have nothing to fear.

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Matthew Tran

I was deeply moved by this documentary. The past few years have been difficult for my family and friends in Turkey. We've been harassed, attacked, and insulted by the government. The government has denied us basic rights. My father, who was a communist, was jailed and has not been seen in the public since 2003. My mother, who was a communist, has been unable to leave the country. The government has banned my grandparents and sister from leaving the country. My uncle has not been able to leave the country. My sister and I were too afraid to leave our house for fear of being arrested. Our parents have been imprisoned and have not been able to leave the country. Our freedom is in our own hands. This documentary is a wake-up call for my family and my friends in Turkey. This is a must-see for all those who are concerned about the plight of the country and the people who are suffering in the current climate of repression. The film is extremely moving. It will not leave you cold. You will be uplifted and inspired. I was deeply moved and had tears in my eyes throughout. I'm a writer and I am very inspired by the movie. I hope it will be shown in schools. If it's not shown in schools, it will not reach the world. Please share this movie with your friends and family. It's a powerful message that will reach millions of people. Thank you, Diana Arthurs, for giving me the opportunity to see this movie. It is so refreshing to see that my homeland is being recognized. I would have been ashamed of myself if my country were not the target of such hatred and oppression. My homeland is now being recognized as a beacon of hope in the world. Thank you for the opportunity to see this movie. It will be a lifelong lesson to my family and friends.

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Tyler Davis

This is a wonderful film about a man who lived during the Rwandan genocide, and the hardships he had to endure as a refugee in Uganda. He escaped Uganda in 1994, and worked as a teacher and soccer coach, until his last days in 2002. The film focuses on his life in Uganda, and his efforts to get his family out of Uganda. This film is an important piece of history and a great tribute to the work of human rights activists who fought to stop genocide.

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Debra Willis

This movie is a good documentary about the Sama tribe in the Congo. The movie is made in an authentic way, showing the reality of what happens in the Congo. The movie shows the real life of the tribe. The movie shows what the tribal chief of the tribe has to say about the treatment the Sama tribe has to go through on a daily basis. The movie is well made, and shows the true story of the tribe. It's very important that people get to know the real story of the Congo. A documentary that shows the truth of what goes on in the Congo. It is a very important documentary that is worth watching.

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Benjamin Coleman

I had the honor of seeing this documentary on October 7th, 2008, at the Hampton Film Festival. This is the best documentary I have ever seen about the human tragedy of the Holocaust. As a survivor, I can say that I am happy to see that Hollywood has come to this end. This film is one of the most important movies I have ever seen. It has brought me to tears, as well as it has brought my family members to tears. This film shows how this horrible event has affected my family, and the families of my friends. It shows that the pain and suffering of the victims is still present in this world. This film is a must see. If you haven't seen it, please do. It will make you see the horrors of the Holocaust, and bring you to a place where you will never want to go again. This film is an eye opener, and one that I will be rewatching often. Thank you to Steven Spielberg and Steven Soderbergh for making this film.

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Willie Green

I have seen many documentaries on Iraq and Afghanistan and this one is by far the most thorough. It shows many aspects of the war, from the military to civilian life. It also gives an insight to how much people are suffering from the war. It tells about the Iraqi people, and what the war has done to them. It also tells about the people who are in the refugee camps. It is a very human story. This is definitely worth watching, and it does a great job of informing us. This is the first documentary I have ever seen about the war in Iraq and it will stay with me for a long time.

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Denise M.

I was shocked by the message that came across in the documentary. I didn't know that any of the people in the hospital were affiliated with the military and were forced to go. But they were forced to go to these hospitals in Iraq. The story is very different from what the media portrayed. The story of the soldiers who were forced to go and the stories of the Iraqis who had to go because they had no other choice is very different. The documentary is very informative and it shows how horrible it was to go to these hospitals. It is very easy to understand that the government was not doing much to help people and they were not doing much to help themselves. This documentary was very informative and it made me want to go to Iraq and help. If you don't want to go to Iraq, it is very easy to understand why. I highly recommend this documentary.

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Megan Herrera

I would give this film a 10 if I could, but I just don't think it deserves it. The film is very powerful and well done, but it is only one part of the story. The other part is not quite as powerful. We see the Iranian people and their struggle for freedom and dignity. We also see the men and women who worked in the mines and factories and the everyday workers who lived and suffered from the violence and corruption. The film tells their stories, and is done in a very personal way. The film is also a tribute to the people who fought and died for this country. We see the fact that the film is not just about the Iranian people, but also about all of the oppressed peoples of the world. As an Iranian, I am very proud of the Iranian people, and I know they deserve a better life. We deserve to see the peaceful demonstrations, the peaceful protests, the peaceful resistance, the peaceful sit-ins and the peaceful protests that we have seen over the past few years. We have seen some of the great films that have been made about this country, and we have seen some of the great films that have been made about the world. But, I am afraid that there are no films out there that will capture the whole of the story, the history, the struggle, and the spirit of the Iranian people. I am not saying that this film is not good, I am saying that it is not quite the right film to tell that story. I believe that there are many other films that would do the job, and that people are ready to see them. I think that people would be more prepared to see a film about the Iranian people and their struggle for freedom and dignity, and that there would be more sympathy and understanding for the Iranian people. I believe that the Iranian people deserve to have a film like this. I think that it is important to have a film that is as powerful as this one, to show the human story that is told in this film, to show the struggles of the people of Iran. But, I am afraid that there are not many films that can do that.