The dirty, exciting story of neighborhood civilian armies and uneasy partners who joined together to free Iraq’s second-biggest city of 1.3 million individuals from ISIS in 2017.
On June tenth, 2014 the psychological militant association ISIS held onto control of the Iraqi city of Mosul. For a long time they controlled it with an iron clench hand until it was retaken by the consolidated powers of the Iraqi government and individuals. With so much battling, enduring, demise and annihilation how can one recount to the account of Mosul and the individuals who battled it? Author and Director Dan Gabriel found a path by following columnist Ali Maula and his group as the meeting persuasive considers and tail them along with fight in his narrative Mosul. The film starts decent and moderate, building up Ali Maula and how Mosul had gone under the control of ISIS. It doesn’t take long for the film to catch your eye as it broadly expounds on how the guiltless regular citizens endured under ISIS.