Mosul (2020)

  • Release: 2020   ( 26 Nov 2020 )
  • Genre:  ✯ Action ✯ Drama ✯ War
  • Language: Arabic, English
  • Country: USA
  • Runtime: 0 mins
  • Rating: 6
  • Quality:  ✯ 1080P WebRip ✯ 720P WebRip
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Between 2014 and 2017, ISIS occupied the Iraqi city of Mosul. During those years, the only group to fight the occupiers continuously was Nineveh province’s SWAT unit, made up of local men who had either been injured or had a family member killed by ISIS. Carnahan’s Mosul is a gripping tribute to these fighters for whom the incentives were intensely personal. Kawa (Adam Bessa), a 21-year-old police officer, barely survives a firefight. When the smoke clears he meets the men who saved his life, the Nineveh SWAT, led by Jasem (Suhail Dabbach). Kawa’s own uncle was recently killed by ISIS. He joins the group, though they’ve been reduced to just a dozen men with three Humvees and a surplus of cigarettes. Before his first day with Nineveh SWAT is over, Kawa will witness the rescue of a child and the death of several colleagues, take revenge on a man who betrayed him, and participate in the ambush of an ISIS stronghold. Carnahan drops us right in the center of urban warfare, but also allows …

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Director :
Matthew Michael Carnahan

Writer :

Matthew Michael Carnahan

Actors :
Waleed Elgadi| Hayat Kamille| Thaer Al-Shayei| Suhail Dabbach|

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It is no secret that in addition to the coronavirus epidemic that has engulfed the world, one of the major scourges of our time is terrorism. This is reflected more than clearly in the “activities” of the Islamic State and what has been going on in Iraq and Syria over the past three years. When most of Iraq and Syria have been destroyed and a huge number of people have lost loved ones and family members. Not to mention the large number of women and children who have been taken into slavery. Matthew Michael Carnahan decided to raise this topic in his debut directorial work.

The plot of this movie is based on real events and tells about the events that really happened in 2016 and 2017. When a special commando unit formed from former police officers decides to clear areas of the city of Mosul from the control of ISIS.

Matthew Michael Carnahan is definitely not a bad writer. He has written Peter Berg’s The Kingdom and Deepwater Horizon, Mark Foster’s War of Worlds Z and Brian Kirk’s 21 Bridges. Similar to his brother Joe Carnahan, Matthew Michael Carnahan almost always tells “purely male” stories of valor, bravery and self-sacrifice. Which is perhaps most vividly reflected in this particular work by Matthew Michael Carnahan as director and screenwriter.

At first glance, you could say we have a simple story about a group of heroes going from point A to point B. However, what makes it really interesting is the excellent elaboration of the protagonists’ characters, the magnificent revealing of their personal dramas even through the usual dialogues, as well as the powerful drama developing around their “last mission”. That together makes it easy to feel sincere empathy for them, to watch with bated breath the progress of their mission and the desire to know if they will be able to fulfill it even after so many human losses.

Despite the fact that this movie was the directorial debut for Matthew Michael Carnahan, in my opinion he showed himself to be a very experienced and masticating director on the screen. In my opinion, finding the middle ground between war drama and chiseled action thriller. Very successfully and organically alternating dramatic scenes with scenes of spectacle. In doing so, shooting the dramatic scenes as documentary as possible and without speculating with viewers’ tears, and the action scenes as realistic as possible, in the spirit of Sam Hardgrave’s “Tyler Rake” and without the fantastic foppery in the spirit of modern blockbusters. Which delighted the eye throughout the entire tape.

Do not miss the authors of this tape and with the cast. All actors, without exception, played their roles perfectly, and the lack of big names and familiar faces only contributed to what would see the main characters of ordinary people, not actors for the performance of their work.

Mosul is a perfect symbiosis of war drama and action movie. It is a delight with its powerful and deep dramaturgy with maximum emphasis on the documentary, not the speculation of viewers’ tears and extremely realistic, but no less effective action scenes without the fantastic foppery in the spirit of modern blockbusters. As they say – harsh, tough and realistic. I liked it and I think you will not regret having spent 100 minutes of your time watching this movie.

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