A profoundly brave film.
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Nowhere to Hide

Nowhere to Hide follows a man - the medic and father Nori Sharif - through five years of dramatic change in the war-torn Diyala province, one of the most dangerous places in Iraq. From the time of the American retreat to the fall of Nori's home town, we follow him filming stories of survivors. In a world trapped between ISIS and the different Iraqi militias, his integrity and humanitarian vision is the only thing that drives him to continue against all odds. Even when, as last man standing, he is forced to turn the camera towards himself. We are given a unique insight into one of the worlds most dangerous and inaccessible areas - the "triangle of death" in central Iraq. We get to know and hear the stories of the people who live there; survivors of this 'new war' that has become the norm - where the enemy is invisible, and there is nowhere to hide.

Played at

Music Hall, 6.30.17 - 7.06.17
Rated NR
Runtime: 89 min
Language: English

Director: Zaradasht Ahmed
FEATURED REVIEW: David Edelstein, New York Magazine/Vulture
Some great documentaries cut through the inessentials and help you make sense of an apparently senseless world. Others have the opposite effect: They shock you into an even greater confoundment, demonstrating, moment by moment, how irrational the world really is. Nowhere to Hide is i...