Nowhere to Hide (2016)

Evaluation: 5 (Votes: 1)

Movie Documentary "Nowhere to Hide" Torrent is rated with 5 points out of 10 on IMDb (Internet Movie Database) according to 1 ratings by critics. Film is released in 2016-11-19 by Ten Thousand Images, . . The length of the whole piece is 86 minutes.

Original title: Nowhere to Hide
Genres: Documentary
Release date 2016-11-19
Duration: 86 Min
Country: Sweden,Norway
State: Released

Nowhere to Hide 2016 - Download Torrent limetorrents RARBG EZTV TORRENT9 1337X ZOOQLE KickAss YIFY TORRENTZ2 Streaming Magnet - Nowhere to Hide follows the medic and father Nori Sharif through five years of dramatic change after the American retreat from Iraq in 2011. While filming stories of survivors, he finds himself trapped between ISIS and the different Iraqi Militias. In trying to save his own family, he is soon forced to turn the camera towards himself.

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Critic Reviews

David Edelstein

MetaScore: 80 AddDate: 06-25-2017 Autor: David Edelstein

Probably that’s the most hopeful thing in the film — that and the spare and very beautiful guitar soundtrack by Gaute Barlindhaug and Ciwan Haco. No one can make sense of what is happening to this and other families. But they must film it.

Peter Keough

MetaScore: 75 AddDate: 12-01-2017 Autor: Peter Keough

Sharif is a paragon of decency and endurance, but his camera skills are limited and often constrained by circumstances. For the most part this roughness reflects the raw immediacy of the experience.

Craig D. Lindsey

MetaScore: 80 AddDate: 08-10-2017 Autor: Craig D. Lindsey

Both Sharif and Ahmed make sure audiences leave Nowhere to Hide well aware that Iraq remains a war zone — one where innocent people remain caught in the crossfire.

Michael Rechtshaffen

MetaScore: 80 AddDate: 06-29-2017 Autor: Michael Rechtshaffen

As captured through the ceaselessly unflinching lens of Sharif’s borrowed video camera, Nowhere to Hide offers an uneasy prognosis that is at once graphically gut-wrenching and doggedly life-affirming.

Michael Upchurch

MetaScore: 100 AddDate: 06-22-2017

A profoundly brave film.

Neil Young

MetaScore: 70 AddDate: 06-22-2017 Autor: Neil Young

The genial, relentlessly curious Sharif proves an excellent guide as the security situation spirals from instability into nightmare and the so-called Islamic State (aka ISIS or Daesh) advances inexorably advances towards Jalawla.

Brad Wheeler

MetaScore: 75 AddDate: 06-29-2017 Autor: Brad Wheeler

An immersive, compact and unpolished documentary from the Kurdish-born, Oslo-based filmmaker Zaradasht Ahmed.

Jeannette Catsoulis

MetaScore: 90 AddDate: 06-22-2017 Autor: Jeannette Catsoulis

The look is rough, the emotions always hovering near the surface. Yet, buoyed by Mr. Sharif’s cheery personality, these can sometimes be defiantly upbeat.

Ann Hornaday

MetaScore: 100 AddDate: 07-06-2017 Autor: Ann Hornaday

A shattering vérité portrait of the disintegration of Iraqi society in the period immediately following the withdrawal of U.S. troops from that country, this urgent, of-the-moment film doesn’t explain the ensuing chaos as much as plunge viewers into it firsthand, offering a terrifying, ultimately moving portrait of the effects of war, both physical and psychic.

Fionnuala Halligan

MetaScore: 80 AddDate: 06-22-2017 Autor: Fionnuala Halligan

Those who can’t understand the tangled battle zones or tragic recent history of Iraq may take some comfort from Nowhere To Hide’s revelation that ordinary citizens of that country don’t understand any of it either.