Director Delivers Three Visions of War-Torn Iraq James Longley spent more than two years in Iraq filming the country as seen through the eyes of Sunnis, Shia and Kurds. The resulting documentary, Iraq In Fragments, is an intimate look at regular life in extraordinary circumstances.
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Director Delivers Three Visions of War-Torn Iraq

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Director Delivers Three Visions of War-Torn Iraq

Director Delivers Three Visions of War-Torn Iraq

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Mohammed Haithem Majid, 11, is scolded by the owner of the garage where he is an apprentice. James Longley hide caption

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Mohammed Haithem Majid, 11, is scolded by the owner of the garage where he is an apprentice.

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Followers of Moqtada al-Sadr attend a rally in Kufa Mosque. James Longley hide caption

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Followers of Moqtada al-Sadr attend a rally in Kufa Mosque.

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A Kurdish boy stands in Koretan, Iraq, where the U.S. presence is welcome. James Longley hide caption

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A Kurdish boy stands in Koretan, Iraq, where the U.S. presence is welcome.

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